Microsoft Edge is growing fast since it embraced the power of Chromium. According to some online data, it has become the 3rd most popular browser. And funny enough, it supports Linux too. .deb and .rpm packages are available from the official site, also some AUR packages maintenance by the community for Arch Linux users.
Just like Debian/Ubuntu's package manager apt, Arch Linux/Manjaro has its own package manager called pacman to help you install packages. But the story doesn't end there. On Arch-based Linux you can even install community-maintained packages from AUR (Arch User Repository), which is a lot like PPA (Personal Package Archive) of Ubuntu.
If you just migrated to Arch-based Linux from Ubuntu or Mint, things could be a little confusing since Arch Linux uses a different package manager called pacman. I recently wrote a post about how to install packages on Arch Linux, but if you want a no-brainer installation with a single line of command, here it is.
Most ISPs (Internet Service Providers) offer multiple dynamic IP addresses and even come with a static one. To take advantage of that, we'll be setting up a PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) connection on our own machine to obtain an independent IP address.