If you want to create a virtual machine, you can skip this step. If you want to install Manjaro on a physical computer, you'll need to prepare the ISO by mounting it to a device.
Create a bootable USB drive
You can use an image writing application to write the ISO file to a USB drive. We've used Etcher in the past, but other applications may work just as well. When the flash drive is ready, connect it to the computer on which you want to install Manjaro.
Burn a DVD
You can use DVD burning software to burn the Manjaro ISO to a bootable DVD. When the DVD is ready, put it in the disc tray of the machine you want to run Manjaro.
Boot the machine (or virtual machine) with the Manjaro ISO connected. You will see a welcome screen with an option to install the Manjaro OS. Follow the on-screen prompts to start the installation.
Complete the setup wizard. Choose a language, timezone, keyboard layout, and any other settings you want to customize. You will be asked to choose a location to install Manjaro. You can partition a section of the drive for Manjaro or wipe a drive completely to make room. During the setup process, you will be prompted to create account details like a username and password to log in. Wait for the installation to complete.