After using Debian and its descendants for a long time I thought I’d never change anything, but then, on a whim, I decided to just “try” and see what the guys on the Arch side of the Linux big lane have got to offer.
It was actually when I tried Manjaro Linux Live USB last year that got me all excited for this specific distribution, and then falling in love with Kubuntu’s new Plasma desktop (after literally 5 years of not touching it), that got me to choose the KDE flavor of Manjaro.
It was two weeks ago, when I created a new partition on my main machine, alongside the XFCE edition of Linux Mint which I was using as my daily driver (and hated almost every bit of it, btw), grabbed and installed the Manjaro KDE image, and have been using it since then.
And guess what? I absolutely LOVE it. And only after this short period of time, I don’t see myself going back to Debian any time soon, if at all. More than that, I even think of migrating my other machines to Arch Linux whenever I have the chance to do it. The reason for that basically comes down to the pacman package manager, the simply amazing documentation of Arch Linux and the absolute customizability of KDE.