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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.
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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.
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[[Pamac]] is the default package manager of Manjaro. It can be used via command line ([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command-line_interface CLI]) as well.
 
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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. Pamac is the default package manager of Manjaro. It can be used via command line (CLI) as well.


The Manjaro package manager. Also called Add/Remove software