Manjaro 18.1.0 KDE Edition – Features KDE Plasma 5.16 and Powered by Linux Kernel 5.2

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Manjaro, the Linux distribution based on Arch has just put out a major new release with Manjaro 18.1.0 with the codename “Juhraya”. This release brings numerous improvements, especially with regard to Office productivity applications and package management.

Manjaro 18.10 offers Office Suite Freeoffice 2018 by SoftMaker during installation. Also, introduce a new software store named “bauh” (formerly fpakman) the graphical package manager for both Snaps and Flatpak giving you the best of all worlds. So Manjaro now supports Snaps, Flatpaks and the Arch AUR. This means that Manjaro users now have three choices of application installation in the GUI.

For Manjaro 18.1.0 KDE edition, it ships with the latest version KDE plasma 5.16, KDE Framework 5.61 and KDE application 19.08. using the Linux kernel 5.2.

Download manjaro 18.1.0 : https://manjaro.org/download/

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17 thoughts on “Manjaro 18.1.0 KDE Edition – Features KDE Plasma 5.16 and Powered by Linux Kernel 5.2

  1. Kde looks good and all. But gtk based apps looks weird. No drop shadows. Texts are some times stretched. This is a major usability problem. Just look at the context menu of Inkscape, Gimp and Firefox in kde.
    However gnome has forgotten that people use mouse and keyboard not touch pad devices. Everything so big and padded. So much wasted space. Default skin is so unappealing. Default file manager is way too restricting. Kde has the potential to be the top DE of all. It looks and feels modern. Has enormous customizability and has the best file manager. But all the software uses gnomes file manager. This is not a cohesive experience in my opinion.
    UI consistency is not present.

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