I've been a debian based Linux user for years, probably close to 13 years now. So the idea of switching to another distro has never really crossed my mind. Especially since Linux Mint has been such a great distro for me over the past few years. About a two months ago I did a 'Lets Install' video for Antergos Linux, and I was impressed with it, so I decided that when I built out my new computer system I would give it a try as my main system.
In my constant quest to learn new systems, and expanded my knowledge about Linux, I find that I am always trying out different distros. Tonight we take a look at Antergos Linux, which is based on Arch Linux.
From the Antergos website : "Antergos is a rolling release distribution. Your entire system, from the base OS components to the applications that you install, will receive updates as they are released upstream—with only a minimal delay to ensure stability." Below you will see a video of a complete install, along with a quick look at Gnome 3, and then also how to install Cinnamon desktop onto Antergos.