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One of the many features that sets Manjaro apart from other Arch-based distributions is that it uses its own dedicated software branches, rather than relying on those provided by Arch itself. In fact, to ensure continued stability and reliability, Manjaro actually uses three distinct branches:
* '''Stable branch''': The packages that come to stable have gone through roughly a couple of weeks testing by the users of the ''Unstable/Testing'' repos, before they get the packages. These packages are usually free of any problems.
* '''Testing branch''': This is the second line of defense. Being a larger number of users than those using ''Unstable'', they refine the work done prior to them by providing feedback on the packages they recieve on updates.
== Changing to another branch ==
{{BoxSuccess|Have you considered?|Why not become and active part of the Manjaro community by becoming a tester?}}
In order to access a branch, you need to change your pacman-mirrors configuration.
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