Last week when I proposed list of best Linux OS to replace Windows XP, many users suggested Manjaro Linux as a worthy contender to replace Windows XP. I had deliberately excluded Manjaro as the first stable version is not out yet. But as many people using it pointed that it is almost stable, I thought of giving it a try.
As the first step to try Manjaro Linux, I had to create a live USB. And in this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a live USB of Manjaro Linux in Windows. [Continue reading]