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A [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_repository repository] (or "repo") is basically a storage location, usually a server on the internet, that you can install software from.  Manjaro users will, by default, be using the official Manjaro repository.  These repositories are accessed via the "[[Manjaro Mirrors]]."    Other software is available in the [[Arch User Repository]] (AUR), but be sure read the disclaimer on that page.
 
A [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_repository repository] (or "repo") is basically a storage location, usually a server on the internet, that you can install software from.  Manjaro users will, by default, be using the official Manjaro repository.  These repositories are accessed via the "[[Manjaro Mirrors]]."    Other software is available in the [[Arch User Repository]] (AUR), but be sure read the disclaimer on that page.
 
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* [[Change to a Different Download Server]]
 
* [[Change to a Different Download Server]]
 
: ''Pick a different different official Manjaro repository to download from.''
 
: ''Pick a different different official Manjaro repository to download from.''
  
  
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* [[Switching Branches]]
 
* [[Switching Branches]]
 
: ''Can't wait to use the latest bleeding-edge software? You don't have to!''
 
: ''Can't wait to use the latest bleeding-edge software? You don't have to!''
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* [[Manjaro Mirrors]]
 
* [[Manjaro Mirrors]]
 
:  ''Want to help out? Then help us find new mirrors!''  
 
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* [[Pacman-mirrors|Use pacman-mirrors to Set the Fastest Download Server]]  
 
* [[Pacman-mirrors|Use pacman-mirrors to Set the Fastest Download Server]]  
 
: ''Automatically find best servers for the fastest downloads!''
 
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* [[Arch User Repository|Access the Arch User Repository (AUR)]]
 
* [[Arch User Repository|Access the Arch User Repository (AUR)]]
 
: ''Download extra software and applications provided by the Arch community.''
 
: ''Download extra software and applications provided by the Arch community.''

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Introduction

A repository (or "repo") is basically a storage location, usually a server on the internet, that you can install software from. Manjaro users will, by default, be using the official Manjaro repository. These repositories are accessed via the "Manjaro Mirrors." Other software is available in the Arch User Repository (AUR), but be sure read the disclaimer on that page.




Pick a different different official Manjaro repository to download from.


Can't wait to use the latest bleeding-edge software? You don't have to!