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 supported Linux too. .deb and .rpm packages are available from the official site, also some AUR packages maintenance by community for Arch Linux users.
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 single line of command, here it is.
Managing Node.js versions on Linux is no longer a pain in the ass with NVM (Node Version Manager). It can install different versions of Node.js and NPM on a single machine, switch versions anytime you wish. And the best part is NVM is just a Bash script, truly a lightweight helper for both testing and production.
In this guide we'll take Google Chrome (google-chrome) for example, showing you two ways to install packages from AUR. Including using the default package manager pacman and an easier approach with the AUR helper yay.