Garuda Linux is a Linux distro with multiple desktop environments: KDE, Xfce, GNOME, LXQt-kwin, Wayfire, Qtile, BSPWM, i3wm, and Sway.
Appearance: Garuda Linux never lets you down with handpicked desktop themes, appealing looks, and beautiful blur effects out of the box.
BTRFS as the default filesystem with zstd compression: BTRFS is a modern, Copy-on-Write (CoW) filesystem for Linux, aimed at implementing advanced features while focusing on fault tolerance, repair, and easy administration. We use automatic snapshots out of the box.
(Garuda Assistant) GUI tool for various common tasks and Snapper: While being a rolling release distro, our goal is to ensure that your system will not be left in an unbootable state after a problematic update. Thus, we use the BTRFS filesystem integrated with Snapper, which employs an automatic snapshot feature, backing up the system configuration before each update. You can access recent snapshots directly from GRUB*
Chaotic-AUR: a repository with a huge selection of precompiled binaries: Garuda uses Chaotic-AUR as a repository featuring one of the bigger precompiled software choices out there out of the box. Among the selection of software are a lot of emulators, kernels, games, themes, and other commonly used tools - around 2400 packages right now.
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