EndeavourOS is mainly a terminal-centric distro with some GUI tools out of the box, like the Welcome app, reflector-auto, and a kernel tool to make your jumpstart easier.
Are you that distro-hopper who always has been curious to try Archlinux, but you think you arenâ€™t confident enough to do the install process and deal with bleeding-edge releases after installation? Or are you already familiar with Archlinux, but youâ€™re looking for an express install with a system thatâ€™s close to your beloved distro?
They offer various eight Desktop Environments and one Window Manager, all of which are shipped with a modest selection of apps and packages to start your journey.
Amongst those are Firefox, a text editor called Nano, Yay, a terminal-based wrapper for the AUR to search and install popular apps like Spotify, browsers such as Vivaldi or Brave, and many more apps and packages.
It also ships with the Nvidia-installer that automatically installs the right Nvidia driver for you after enabling it and our own reflector-auto to help you search for the fastest download mirror near to you.
No matter which category youâ€™re in, they can offer you the solution to make your jump-start in the flexible and wonderful world that an Arch-based distro can offer.