Crystal Linux is an Arch-based distribution focused on ease of use, reports Marius Nestor.
This distro aims to be unique, Nestor writes, “as it comes with its own in-house built installer that lets you set your timezone, choose a keyboard layout, create a user, set a hostname, partition the disk, and select a default desktop environment or window manager.” And, it lets you choose from the GNOME, KDE Plasma, LXQt, Cinnamon, MATE, and Budgie desktop environments.
Read more at 9to5 Linux.
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