When comparing ArcoLinux vs RebornOS, the Slant community recommends RebornOS for most people. In the question“What are the best Linux distributions for KDE Plasma 5?” RebornOS is ranked 11th while ArcoLinux is ranked 13th.
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Pro Easy to install
Unbelievably fast for ArcoLinux with XFCE, Openbox, I3.
Pro XFCE, Openbox and I3
Finished Product with almost every tool a experienced user will use.
Pro Community support is great
Need to install Discord on cell phone and computer. Fastest way to receive help. Community is mostly European on Discord so getting help at midnight may be a challenge.
Pro Easy to isntall desktop environments
Thanks to the manuals provided by the developers it is really easy to install more than 10 different desktop environments that'll work at the same time!
Pro Blazingly fast!
Startup time, shutdown time, everything in between.
Pro Helps you to become a Arch Linux user
Pro Learning bash script
The fastest way to reload any Linux desktop is a script that will install all your favorite apps. Keep this file on a USB stick Update for any distro from Ubuntu, Fedora, or even Arch Linux back to your favorite apps in minutes.
Pro Easy to install NVIDIA Drivers
Has option to install NVIDIA proprietary drivers. Runs great.
Pro Efficient use of Memory, Easy to Install, Amazingly Fast
OpenBox on Arco Linux is AWESOME!
Pro Easy to install, handles system memory well, and a great way to learn Arch Linux
Incredibly fast, easy to install, tons of software pre-installed and easily installs more.
Pro Antergos with more desktops
Pro Good Repo
Reborn's dedicated repo has some extra packages that are difficult to find elsewhere, in addition to the official Arch repos, community repos, and the AUR.
Pro Highly and Easily Configurable
You can easily choose from a list of browsers, desktops, office suites, etc, all from the installer.
Con Multiple types makes new user confused
Due to multiple types, new user might get confused and leave this all along.
Con Forums are not very friendly or helpful
Con No single ISO
Con Small development team
Con A bit bloated
It is a bit bloated to many web browsers, text editors out the box. A simple customize menu's for all 3 desktops would have been nice.
Crashes every time when trying to install.
Doesn't even install it in virtualbox or VMWare.