The latest version of Arch Linux, version 5.4, is now available for download from the site.
The version comes with a new feature called “Arch Build”, which gives you the ability to customize the build environment of your system.
Arch Linux has been around for almost two years now and the latest release is the latest stable release.
The new feature brings new features to the desktop, such as the ability for users to configure the CPU and memory configurations of their system.
The “Arch-Build” feature is an experimental feature that is currently available for Arch Linux 6.0 and 6.1, which is a stable release of the distribution.
If you would like to see what new features this release brings to the Arch desktop, take a look at the release notes.
Arch 5.2 was released in October and brings new improvements for the desktop environment, which we will cover in a future article.
This release comes with some new changes in the system settings.
Users can now customize their wallpaper, change their system font, and set the color palette of the system.
In addition, the system’s color scheme has been tweaked.
In order to get the new desktop, you can download the Arch Linux 7.1 ISO and boot it.
After booting the OS, you will see a new icon next to your system desktop.
Click on it and it will start to open up the Arch Installer.
This is the installer for Arch 7.0.
You can also select the desktop and select your desired layout.
Once installed, you’ll have access to the new Cinnamon desktop environment.
This is the desktop that will be available in the new distribution.
The Arch Installers desktop is similar to Ubuntu’s GNOME Shell.
You’ll notice that the icons have been removed from the desktop to make room for the new icons.
The menu bar is also replaced with a different menu bar, which makes the menu easier to navigate.
This next screenshot shows the new menu bar on the new Arch Linux.
You will also notice the new version of the “system” applet.
The new version has been extended to include more functionality and has the ability not only to download, edit, and install packages, but also to configure your system to do this.
The system settings panel is still accessible in the same manner that it was before.
There are also a number of new features and improvements in the desktop.
You also have access the settings screen from the “About” menu.
The default application menu has been updated with the ability of quickly launching and using applications from the Dock.
You do not have to use the system menu for this, and you can launch applications directly from the dock.
The configuration of your Desktop environment has also been expanded to include a lot more customization options.
The system settings screen is still available, but you can now access this information from the system preferences screen.
The latest Arch Linux release comes in at 5.38GB.
That’s roughly 5 times the size of previous versions.
There is a lot of new software in this release, but the most interesting change is the new “Arch Workbench” software suite.
This suite has a ton of features that you can find in the KDE desktop environment and will be used by many people who use Arch Linux for their desktop.
Arch Workbench allows you to work in a more productive environment, including more powerful desktop tasks and easier customization of the applications that are installed in your system’s files and folders.
The suite is available for free download from here.
There are a lot fewer changes in this version of OS.
The “Arch Installer” now has a new name, “Arch Downloader”, which is more fitting for its new look.
It also now has the option to install packages directly from Arch repositories.
Arch Linux 7 was released on March 21, 2018 and is the second stable release since the distribution was first announced in 2011.
Arch is still a popular Linux distribution for its ease of use, but many users prefer to use Arch for other reasons, including security, reliability, and portability.
The next release will be called Arch Linux 8.0, and it should be available for purchase in October.