Arquetype Installation Guide

If you are familiar with Antergos from Arch Linux, so is Arquetype to Fedora. When compared to other Linux distributions, Arquetype is easy to use and super customizable. Just like any other Linux distribution, Arquetype is free of viruses and it does not carry any bloatware. It has a very simple user-interface and it is easy and kind of fun to use it. However, for a beginner, It takes a little while to get used to it. You can download Arquetype ISO from DistroWatch website and install following its instructions. To create a bootable media, you can use a free burning tool like Rufus or Etcher to burn the ISO to a disc or a USB flash drive. You can even create your own Live USB. However, if you are planning to use it as a live USB, you might need to go into your BIOS and change the boot sequence in order to boot from your USB. 

In order to install Arquetype, your computer must meet the following requirements.

  1. Hard Disk: 10 GB
  2. Memory (RAM): 2 GB
  3. A 64-bit processor.

If your computer does not meet the minimum requirements, you will be unable to have the best experience with Arquetype. Suited for Windows refugees, Arquetype offers an easier user experience with the same Windows environment. Offering users a perfect choice as an alternative from the usual, standard OS we use today. Similar to other Fedora distros, it also bundled with a lot of softwares upon default installation, namely Wine and Play On Linux. Aimed to provide topnotch performance in actual PCs, upon the first installation, the system itself is accessible without any configuration need or any post-installation task. Featuring additional developer utilities with its security, stability, and system navigation puts Arquetype in competitive position among most operative systems. Especially when performing a daily immediate task from your personal computer. Tempted to try it out? it comes with two patches or flavors; KDE and Cinnamon. Providing modern touch, Arquetype only supports 64 bit systems. As for the aesthetics, is closely similar to the Linux Mint theme, make it so popular as an alternative Linux distro. Displaying pitch-black background, with its taskbar and other features offering a flat, minimalistic layout. The icons are customized to camouflage with their material display language. Rest assured Arquetype is a robust and stable OS as globally-engineered distro like any other Linux. What more can you ask for? It's a great operating system overall.