Arch Linux reviewed

Posted by ggarron on Oct 14, 2010 4:55 AM EDT
Go2Linux; By Guillermo Garron
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Arch Linux is yet another Linux distribution. By the time of this writing Arch Linux is in the top ten list of Distro Watch. Computers are mostly used to perform certain task, and to do that task well, the user should not have to spend much time configuring the computer, or tweaking it to make it work, Arch Linux aims to keep computer working as simple as possible. In fact its philosophy is summarized in the acronym KISS Keep It Simply Stupid. But do not thing that because it is simple it is not powerful, Arch Linux can perform as Desktop, LAMP, firewall, router, cache server, or any other task you may want, while keeping it simple. Some time ago, I have already written a review about Arch Linux, in this one year and seven months of being using it almost exclusively I have learned a lot, and realized it is (at least for me) one of the best Linux Distributions I have tested. Anyway I think it is time to write another review.

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