Manjaro ‘Gellivara’ XFCE Edition (17.0.5) in 10 Screenshots

Manjaro is based on the Arch Linux distribution

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.

First Boot Desktop
First Boot Desktop

Manjaro Start Menu
Manjaro Start Menu

Manjaro File Manager
Manjaro File Manager

Manjaro'All Settings' app
Manjaro ‘All Settings’ app

Terminal
Terminal

Task Switcher (ALT+TAB)
Task Switcher (ALT+TAB)

Package Manager
Package Manager

Desktop Right-click menu
Desktop Right-click menu

Shutdown Menu
Shutdown Menu

Did you like the tour? Did you want to see any additional screenshots? Let us know in comments below!

Kiran Kumar
Hi there! I'm Kiran Kumar, founder of FOSSLinux.com. I'm an avid Linux lover and enjoy hands-on with new promising distros. Currently, I'm using Ubuntu as a daily driver and run several other distros such as Fedora, Solus, Manjaro, Debian, and some new ones on my test PC and virtual machines. I have a day job as an Engineer, and this website is one of my favorite past time activities, especially during Winter ;). When I'm not writing for FOSSLinux, I'm seen biking and hiking on scenic trails. I hope you enjoy using this website as much as I do writing for it. Feedback from readers is something that inspires me to do more and spread Linux love!. If you find a time, drop me an email or feedback from the 'Contact' page. Or simply leave a comment below if you found this article useful. Have a good day!

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