Antergos is a rolling release distribution. Your entire system, from the base OS components to the applications that you install, will receive updates as they are released upstream—with only a minimal delay to ensure stability.
Antergos is available in many languages including Spanish, Galician, Catalan, English, German, and more.
Easily install Antergos with our Multilingual Live Medium which includes our easy-to-use graphical installer.
Antergos includes everything you need. Its default configuration provides you with a ready-to-use system. No additional steps are required after installation. You’ll be able to surf the web, listen to music, watch videos, and do anything else you like. Simply reboot your system and enjoy.
The Antergos community is a friendly bunch of users with a wide range of experience levels. If you encounter any problems or just have a question, our community is always happy to help.
The purpose of Antergos is to provide a modern, elegant, and powerful operating system based on one of the best Linux distributions available, Arch Linux. Users need not be linux experts nor developers in order to use Antergos. From long-time linux users to linux users of only a few months, Antergos is for everyone.
The Antergos Project was originally started under the name Cinnarch, and provided only one desktop environment. Today, Antergos supports multiple desktops allowing users to select their favorite during installation.
Meet The Team Behind Antergos
Project Leader & Developer
Alex is the founder of this project. As a passionate linux user, he just wanted to have some fun coding. As a result, Antergos was born. To pay the bills Alex works as the Head of Development at a marketing firm in Lima (Peru). In his free time he enjoys listening to good music, watching his favorite TV shows, spending time with his girlfriend, and web development.
Gustau is a computer engineer that works as an IT teacher in a High School near Barcelona. He’s a Linux enthusiast and enjoys programming in many different languages. In his free time he likes go trekking in the mountains of his beautiful country, Catalonia.
The “other Alex” is a Systems Engineer from Louisville, KY, USA with a passion for technology. He can typically be found lurking in between a dozen or so terminal windows. Outside of technology, his interests include firearms, woodworking, fine tobaccos and liquors, and exploring the outdoors with his dopey bloodhound, Lenny.
Dustin came to Antergos as an experienced web developer and linux enthusiast with a passion for problem solving. Since joining the project he has added Python to his coding skills. When Dustin is not busy with his day job at Elegant Themes, he can be found swimming in code or catching up on the TV shows he missed during the week (How did we ever live without DVRs?). His latest “obsession” has been our new Automated Build Server.
Aidan collier is a student at LASA high school in Austin, TX who likes to consider himself a renaissance man, pulling ideas and interests from a variety of places. He is also an entrepreneur at his startup Studios of Inkblot. Nonetheless, he is a great enthusiast of Linux, Technology, and computing in general- who also has a great passion for programming powerful software and improving it. In his free time (which can vary due to which definition of ‘free’ you use), he may be working on homework, programming, learning new things, drawing, or possibly immersing himself in the magical world of BBC TopGear.
Steve has been an avid linux enthusiast for 10 years. He works professionally as a Senior Linux Administrator on predominantly RHEL servers. In his off time you can find him either with his wife and 2 year old, or picking away at some pet project. Recently, he has been working on adding Django to his tool set, and enjoys building/customizing tools for specific pipelines.