Powerful and fast as Arch Linux, as easy as Mint, Manjaro, Elementary, Antergos (I like it more Apricity, better finished), and very stable and beauty with a unrecognizable cool Gnome 3.
I tried to move to cooler distros like Black Arch, Manjaro, Antergos, KaOS, Chakra, Deepin, and always come back to Apricity, I hate that name distro and non-popularity, but is very very well built and is fast and beautiful.
Beautiful, easy to use, with a lot of things ready to use and you don't need to use the terminal, HOWEVER, I wouldn't recommend to a starter. Because of the bugs. I mean, you can fix them, but if you are not a medium/advanced user, don't have pacience for that, or just don't have time, you be ending up frustraded.
If you are really a starter, you would recommend you to use Linux Mint.
Still buggy. Buggy install for dual boot. Doesn't provide the proper options.
Very beautiful UI though. Arch based. I would prefer Antergos for it's more-stability and popularity.
The beauty of the UI can easily be duplicated in any gnome environment with the right themes and extensions in the gnome extension site... I have Ubuntu Gnome looking the exact same, except the file explorer is a little different.
The ingenuity just isn't there for me for the amount of bugginess during install.
Version: Rating: 10 Date: 2017-03-25 Votes: 0
The best Arch Linux user friendly, works perfect, is beautiful and clean.