You can start using Arch Linux or Arch Based for more power and up-to-dated software.
I'm using Manjaro, but you can try Antergos.
Yes, it's more advance if you're trying to install using command line... but you will love it and Arch User Repository (AUR) will help you install almost everything ;)
thanks for the article
+1 ArchLinux is awesome to learn The Hard DIY Way.
For a rolling release and more up-to-date software, there is OpenSUSE (with BTRFS as the default filesystem!) ;)
I think that I'm going to install Arch on one of my desktops later this year. I love the community and it seems like a solid well thought out flavor.
I switched from Ubuntu to Arch and I'm very satisfied! Couldn't agree more with you!
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