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Enhance Your Terminal with Manjaro’s Zsh Config!

Increase productivity with an updated zshrc and a few plugins

Manjaro Default Desktop and Terminal with zsh

I recently installed Manjaro Linux to test some software I’m working on. One thing I was impressed by was how fast the terminal felt out-of-the-box, and how great it looked.

A little digging led me to Manjaro’s excellent default zsh config. In this post, I’m going to explain the enhancements…

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