Linux distributions have come a long way since its inception. There was a time when it used to be difficult for new users to perform simple tasks such as installing an application on Linux. The desktop environments are much easier to understand than before.
One of the best parts of the development is that several distros team have developed package management systems that make software installable across the Linux environment. No matter whether one is using Fedora Ubuntu or Arch one package can be installed on all of them.
So when it comes to install software in Manjaro today there are different ways and all of them are easy for a new Linux user.
pacman is the default package manager of Arch Linux. On Manjaro Linux pacman can be used to install and remove software whether from the distros repository or from the users own build.
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