Arch Linux-Based Apricity OS GNU/Linux Distribution Is Now Officially Dead
We’re extremely sorry to inform our readers that the team of developers behind the Apricity OS has ceased the development of the Arch Linux-based operating system.
We were the first to introduce you guys to Apricity OS about 20 months ago, on the 6th of September, 2015, and, shortly after, the GNU/Linux distro become hugely popular among those who wanted to install an Arch Linux-based operating system on their personal computer with an easy-to-use graphical interface.
Apricity OS became so popular also because of its gorgeous looks and intuitive desktop functionality, which was first backed by the GNOME desktop environment, and later by KDE, Xfce, and Cinnamon. Begin based on the software repositories from Arch Linux, Apricity OS always gave users the latest package versions.
However, as all good things must come to an end, it would appear that the small team of developers behind the Apricity OS distribution no longer has time to develop their beloved operating sy… (read more)