Anyone who has had to deal with Arch Linux can confirm that newcomers and non-savvy Linux users can have major setup issues. Remedy is now Manjaro Linux, which uses Arch Linux as a base.
Manjaro Linux: beginner-friendly Arch Linux
Unlike the model, Manjaro Linux can be used immediately. While Arch Linux requires a standalone installation, Manjaro guides you through a graphically designed and simple setup. The desktop interface XFCE can be further adjusted by supplied programs, icon packs and themes.
Another user-friendly feature is the preinstalled software. Popular and popular programs such as Libre Office , Firefox , Steam and Thunderbird are preinstalled, providing users with a simple out-of-the-box experience - you can start working right after installation without much tweaking.
The new version 17.x with the code name "Gellivara" supports many new kernels and should further improve the user experience. An overview of all changes can be found in the changelog of the manufacturer