Is Ubuntu starting to lose mind share? It appears to be the case. And which Linux distro is gaining popularity due to Ubuntu’s waning momentum? Arch, of course!

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23 Comments

Tim Jones

April 22, 2020

By the way…

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Kazumi Akiyama

April 22, 2020

game is more smooth on arch then on ubuntu. like Nier, i can max out all the setting on arch but on ubuntu it will choppy become so frustrating, i need to go down to medium setting. and i can just istall xorg xterm dwm neovim firefox and steam, no other bloatware that i never use and is always pop up on my face.

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K

April 22, 2020

By the way, I use Manjaro and by extension Arch.

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Sbatushe

April 22, 2020

i have 2 laptops, i use both Debian and Xubuntu, Debian is for the "work" pc and Xubuntu for the "university" pc

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Rick Wrigley

April 22, 2020

By the way, EndeavourOS installs like Antergos did, and leaves you with a very minimal Arch system with the DE you selected, extremely close to a plain vanilla Arch.

Of course, the Arch forums don't want to know your name if you use an easy-to-install version of Arch. The EndeavourOS forums are friendly and helpful, as are the Manjaro forums.

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PeterWolfe2012

April 22, 2020

Or, did the Ubuntu users just grow up and need a less restrictive distro?

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Dull Bananas

April 22, 2020

i am mainstream btw

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Craig W

April 22, 2020

My 3 favorites, #1 Arch-love the wiki support and it runs everything I throw at it, #2 Debian Vanilla, #3 Fedora, kind of a toss up between Debian and Fedora. My daily driver is Arch on the desktop and Arch-Stable on the laptop. Favorite Environments, KDE. Favorite Window Manager with lots of modifications is Awesome WM.

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Lewis Anderson

April 22, 2020

I love arch but not all programs are in repo or aur but I would same most are.

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Kalrach

April 22, 2020

About that last comment, I didn't really install Arch because I wanted an "elite" status for my operating system. It was more of the fact that wanted more granular control of the things installed on my system especially because when I originally migrated from Ubuntu it was during the whole situation when Ubuntu was announcing they were going to start collecting information from users during the install. This time being only about 6 to 8 months after I left Windows behind as a daily driver operating system. As for gaming compatibility the rise of proton and steam I've definitely noticed more and more games becoming attainable to be played on my system and with the release of Vulkan Ubuntu at the time wasn't really cutting it since the drivers it was running weren't up to date enough for me to take advantage of. Please excuse my novel haha. These are just my two cents.

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David McNelley

April 22, 2020

Dude! How Awesome is that?! He mentioned the poor grammar! Makes this writer's soul sing!

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Tomás Cayuelas Ruiz

April 22, 2020

Yes, few years ago 🙂

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dziadekw

April 22, 2020

Installing slackware in 2003 or debian potato was a nightmare. compare to that installing arch is a piece of cake. Especially that arch documentation is awesome

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Paweł Mstowski

April 22, 2020

I think that Manjaro was this step that lead new users to Arch. I always used Ubuntu or other Debian based distros and Manjaro was a new quality for me. And here I am after 6 months with it, starting to think about installing Arch 🙂 If someone told me a year ago that I will be interested in Arch I would start to laught 😛

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Jose Porras

April 22, 2020

Btw

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Yashar Valakjie

April 22, 2020

When I’ve read the title, at 1st I thought you’re mentioning the very negative aspects (telemetry, bad management etc …) of Ubuntu. hoooof 😅 I had a minor heart strike …

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Yung Chin Hei Yung

April 22, 2020

yes you are right 😀 i also hate ppa that's the only reason i switch from ubuntu to manjaro <3

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Nathan H

April 22, 2020

I'm a new Linux user (about 6 months in now) and settled on Manjaro. I tried it initially because I wanted to try out the F2FS filesystem, and it seemed easiest with Manjaro. I don't mind frequent updates, I mostly want something that is responsive and has access to a wide range of software, with enough documentation and/or userbase to figure out what went wrong when I inevitably screw something up, and so far I'm quite happy with it!

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Phobes

April 22, 2020

I recently installed Solus – Pretty light, very stable and has a ton of potential for gaming.

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LeYeDi

April 22, 2020

nixOS

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Danilo Vilas Boas

April 22, 2020

For God's sake, no!

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Mir Tanim Ahmed

April 22, 2020

yep i am using arch and i started using linux only three months ago and also i love it.

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Geison Tavarez

April 22, 2020

At the beginning a lot of people started using Manjaro but, as it started to get bloated as fuck, is provably not good idea to go with it, i highly recommend a clean Arch installation.

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