Another guiding principle of Arch Linux development is freedom. Users are not only permitted to make all decisions concerning system configuration, but also choose what their system will be. Some choose to create paper-weights, some choose to make dumb-bells, still others melt down all the silicon and make a sword out of it.

By keeping the system simple, Arch Linux provides the freedom to make any choice about the system, including the choice to not have a system at all.

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    I have Arch but never really‚Äč installed it myself. I feel like a cheater because I use Manjaro.
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