Arch is a way to install Linux. In the past there were lots of Linux Distros that were difficult to install - for some people. Among those Some People were ME. I wanted a Linux Box, but I did not want to Learn Linux The Arch Way. I am sick of that. Now-A-Days, there are enough Linuxes that some of them come with a workable OS ON THE DISK [USB stick/ DVD]. That means Ya Have to put it on a USB stick - or a DVD. That can be difficult if ya Can't use three fingers at the same time on a KeyBoard AND QUICKLY. I have gotten away from Installing Linux Using The Arch Way. Now-a-days there are a tonne of distros rhat JUST WORK ON BOOTING-UP. Oh, if all goes right, that is like a Test Drive, TRY IT, if it works like that, LIVE, I twill work after it is installed. I said about Arch, on-top-Of-This. I use a Flavour Of Arch, called Manjaro OS or Manjaro Linux. https://photos.app.goo.gl/XcUzdG3NYabTDSjA7 Linux Distros, ALL of them, I think, each have aspects of themselves that DO need a bit of hacking skills. Ability to use Three Fingers at once, is a good example. Another is Telling It what kind of Video Card you have and too, what sort of Sound. WIFI? Oh come on, get out of here if you don't even know what that is [use the Ethernet, do ya know what that means?]. Part of my happiness is that Most people [none that I know] don't knew how to power-on. After powering on, they have yet another Password [to unlock the encoded Hard Drive] and another [to unlock the User's Space]. After getting-in, then the user should know how to type Commands. Simple things and those simple things keep my Relatives from looking inside my PC. CIA and FBI? Those guys could do anything they want with my computer. I would bet a hundred bucks [but no relatives, I hate my relatives [except my mum] I suggest you try Manjaro Linux with XFCE Desktop Environment [it's chosen GUI] see the picture above.