Manjaro 0.8.6 is a linux distribution based on ArchLinux available in both 32 and 62 bit versions as Rolling Release.
I switched from Xubuntu to Manjaro for a new experience. I’m still newbie to this disto so a good read in their Wiki is a big help. You can also check the official ArchWiki which is compatible with Manjaro.
- Speed, power, and efficiency
- Access to the very latest cutting and bleeding edge software
- A ‘rolling release’ development model that provides the most up-to-date system possible without the need to install new versions, and
- Access to the Arch User Repository (AUR).
If you are a fan of ffmpeg then you’ll probably don’t need to reconfigure it by yourself coz it’s already installed by default in Manjaro with configuration below.
You can download Manjaro on different desktop environments like XfCE, GnomeShell, LXDE, OpenBox, Cinnamon, MATE, KDE, and E17.