It and other desktop editions of the distribution are available for download at the project’s download page.
To accomplish that on Windows 10, use this article as a guide.
On any Linux distribution, the simplest method is to use the following command: In the next step, you’ll use that bootable USB stick to install your favorite desktop flavor of Manjaro alongside Windows 10.
For the root and /home partitions, we’ll be using the default file system, so there will no need to modify that when creating those partitions.
Note that the installer does have support for disk encryption, but for this setup, we’ll not be using that feature.
What we want to do here, is create three partitions, mounted at / (root), /home and swap.
And the option that will make that possible is Manual partitioning.That will take you to the manual disk partitioning interface, where all existing partitions and the free space, will be listed.In Figure 5, partitions 1 to 4 are the Windows 10 partitions.In other words, this article shows how to dual-boot Manjaro Linux and Windows 10 on a computer with UEFI firmware.At the end, GRUB, the Manjaro boot manager/boot loader, will be the default boot manager of the computer, which will give you the option of booting into Manjaro or Windows 10 whenever you (re)boot the computer. For a pain-free and successful operation of the sort that, it is recommended that you disable Secure Boot. From the BIOS or UEFI setup utility, configure the computer to boot from external media. After that, you need to free up disk space from your computer by shrinking the C drive or other partition with enough free space on it.The first partition we’ll be creating will be mounted at /, and you can assign from 20,000 MB (20 GB) to 50.000 MB (50 GB) to it. The last partition will be for swap, disk space that the system may use as (virtual) memory.