One of the standout features of CachyOS is its speed. The operating system is designed to be lightweight and efficient, which means that it runs quickly and smoothly even on older hardware. This is a huge advantage for anyone who wants to get the most out of their computer without having to upgrade to newer hardware.
In addition to its speed, CachyOS is also incredibly user-friendly. The interface is intuitive and easy to navigate, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced users. Plus, the system is highly customizable, allowing users to personalize their experience with a wide range of options and settings.
Another great feature of CachyOS is its security. The system is built with advanced security features to keep your data safe and secure. This is a crucial consideration in today’s world where cyber threats are increasingly common and sophisticated.
Overall, I would highly recommend CachyOS to anyone looking for a powerful, reliable, and user-friendly operating system. Whether you’re a student, a professional, or just someone who wants to get the most out of their computer, CachyOS is a great choice that won’t disappoint.
Installation is easy and you can select what apps to install, so you only have bloatware if you want.
1. Minimal installation with base packages, almost same like EndeavourOS.
2. Octopi manager for beginners.
3. Various scheduled Kernels to optimize the performance, that can be selected easily via Kernel Manager.
4. Options in choosing the ISO for offline installation. Yes, one can easily get either GNOME or KDE offline install by choosing the respective ISO. If needed others, then we can go via online installation.
5. Pre-configured Zsh and Fish shell by deafult.
1. Default dark theme is not optimized, because of which reading the written texts is very hard.
2. Forum is very small. Only leader of the project participates there, though they have another forum on Discord.
I am very positive of this distribution, as it has capability to become a high ranked distribution.
Another good thing is : CachyOS is somewhat middle land between EndeavourOS and Garuda Linux, as CachyOS is somewhat minimalist like EndeavourOS, and has availability of custom blurred theme like Garuda Linux.
A distribution worth trying !!