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Ubuntu has become bloated and extremely slow (even has started to follow the trend of quickly refreshing the version number, and indulges in this disgusting behavior) for a long time, and its requirements for hardware configuration has far exceed those of Windows now. In other words, running an Ubuntu OS today means making your computer fan spinning at a full jump all the time. The noise of fan alone is painful enough. As a result, more and more people are abandoning Ubuntu, meanwhile increasing lightweight alternatives has emerged and are emerging, and many of them are even able to run smoothly on a USB device, not to mention HDD or SSD. Thereinto, Manjaro is one of the best.