FileZilla is a popular cross-platform FTP, FTPS and SFTP client with powerful features and has an easy to use tabbed user interface. Some amazing features of it include Drag & drop support, configurable transfer speed limits, directory comparison, remote file editing, remote file search, and more. Most importantly FileZilla is a 100% free utility!
Managing startup applications is one of the first activities we commonly do on a freshly installed OS. You may want to add your own startup programs or remove some existing unwanted startup programs that are actually slowing down your computer. You need to get to Manjaro startup manager.
Want to take a quick virtual tour of Manjaro XFCE edition, instead of downloading GBs worth of ISO image, and then hassale of making a Live USB of it? We will make it easy for you. Here are a series of screenshots of the important aspects of Manjaro Linux in XFCE edition. This is a light-weight edition, and aims to be fast and low on system resources. You will be amazed on how it is still visually appealing and user friendly.
Manjaro ships with Firefox browser by default settings. If you are a Google Chrome user, you should be knowing by now chrome browser is not available from the Manjaro’s Package Manager. There is Chromium browser, which is near equivalent, but for a complete Google experience, Chrome is the obvious choice for most users.
Manjaro is a rolling distribution, meaning, install it once and it updates forever. So, chances of getting the packages and repository sources corrupt is less, but it can happen rarely. If you are facing trouble in updating Manjaro 17, and end up getting “Can’t update: signature from …. is marginal trust” error, follow these steps to fix it. This solution should also work for “invalid or corrupted package” error.
If you are coming from Microsoft Windows background like me, you should have know how handy is the Windows Key + E combination for launching the File Explorer. In the Linux world, the Windows key is referred as the ‘Super’ key.
Shutter is a great screen capturing utility for Linux users, and often it is referred as the free Snagit alternative for the Linux world. If you haven’t tried it yet on Manjaro Linux, I suggest to try it out! It is feature-rich and can do basic image editing tasks like Crop, blur, resize, dress-up, etc.
Manjaro Linux Kernel update can be applied in two ways: GUI way and the command-line way via Terminal. Both the methods are safe to use, but for those new to Linux OS, I suggest to read our article on why to update Linux Kernels for any Linux distributions.