The Live Install Image allows you to try a fully functional Antergos environment without making any changes to the current state of your system. When you are ready, you can create a permanent place for Antergos on your system using our GUI installer. You can install Antergos along side your existing operating system(s) or on its own, you decide.
Antergos Installation Media
Choose the image that’s right for you!
Antergos Live ISOOur default install media.
A fully functional GNOME 3.16 Live Desktop Environment.
Test drive Antergos without making any changes to your system.
Antergos Minimal ISOSmaller file size saves bandwidth and improves download time.
Great for slow connections.
Best option for older, less powerful hardware.
Both Install Images Include:
Easy to Use GUI Installer
Desktops To Choose From
What You Need To Know:
The recommended method of running the installation media is to create bootable USB media. You can view detailed instructions on how to create a bootable USB drive that is compatible with our installation images on our Wiki (linked below).
If you are not familiar with Arch Linux based install media, we urge you to review the wiki article to ensure you do not experience any problems.
After reviewing the wiki, you can access the download links using the tabs above. Tip: Most computers manufactured after the year 2006 are 64-bit.
Antergos Testing Images
We have a set of auto-generated images for development and testing purposes. These images are released every Sunday. They will contain the latest package versions and the latest Cnchi Installer code from our development repo. We only store two sets of these testing images on our servers. When new images are built, the oldest set is deleted. The images along with their build logs can be found on our build server. Feel free to check them out if you like. Just keep in mind that these images are not intended for production use as there will be breakage from time to time during periods of active development.