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Ubuntu vs Manjaro: Comparing the Different Linux Experiences

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Ubuntu is the most popular Debian-based Linux distribution for desktops and servers.

And Manjaro Linux is an Arch-based distro tailored for desktops.

Both are entirely different when it comes to user experience and features.

However, one of the common grounds is the desktop environment when considering Manjaro’s GNOME edition with Ubuntu.

But, what exactly are the differences? Is the package manager on Manjaro better? Are software tools available on both Ubuntu and Manjaro?

Here, we shall look at the differences in both the Linux distributions at certain key points.

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