it ships with these new features: x86_64:
Added a choice of bootloaders as well as the ability to not install a bootloader (systemd-boot is default selected) Switched to dracut from mkinitcpio Added an entry for Windows when using grub or systemd-boot and Windows is installed You can now choose to create a new EFI partition instead of re-using the existing one when using “Replace partition” or “Install alongside“. Grub submenu feature is now enabled by default (only default entry is visible extra entries are inside a submenu) Default wallpaper/background is now set by settings packages instead of welcome KDE/Plasma: Replaced the discover icon with a Konsole icon. Cinnamon: Replaced adwaita icons with Qogir GNOME: uses Console and Gnome-text-editor instead of now legacy gedit and gnome-terminal, Wallpaper follows night and day theme same for Console (it is set to dark only by upstream default) Budgie: is set to Qogir Icons and arc GTK theme and uses Nemo instead of Nautilus (to have even theming possible, Nautilus is not able to get theming from Budgie) Lots of Calamares cleanup work Reorganized and cleaned up the netinstall packages
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systemd-boot? Since when has that been a thing?
There were issues with Grub for EndeavourOS : https://endeavouros.com/news/full-transparency-on-the-grub-issue/