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In Manjaro, Software Management (or Package Management) is handled by [[pacman]] via command line (terminal).  Below are the user-friendly frontend [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphical_user_interface GUI] package managers you can use instead of, or in addition to, using [[pacman]] in the terminal.
 
In Manjaro, Software Management (or Package Management) is handled by [[pacman]] via command line (terminal).  Below are the user-friendly frontend [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphical_user_interface GUI] package managers you can use instead of, or in addition to, using [[pacman]] in the terminal.
 
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* [[Pamac|Pamac: Graphical Software Manager]]
 
* [[Pamac|Pamac: Graphical Software Manager]]
 
: ''The Manjaro package manager.  Also called Add/Remove software''
 
: ''The Manjaro package manager.  Also called Add/Remove software''
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* [[Octopi|Octopi: Graphical Software Manager]]
 
* [[Octopi|Octopi: Graphical Software Manager]]
 
: ''The package manager with the ghost''
 
: ''The package manager with the ghost''

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In Manjaro, Software Management (or Package Management) is handled by pacman via command line (terminal). Below are the user-friendly frontend GUI package managers you can use instead of, or in addition to, using pacman in the terminal.


The Manjaro package manager. Also called Add/Remove software