How to prevent break my manjaro

Hi I need to do some changes in my distro manjaro with KDE, but I need to know if there’s some sort of “repository” or “system restore point” alike tool in manjaro to save my current state in my distro, before I made some changes that might be harmful and break my OS.

I mean if something goes wrong, restore my distro.

I’m using timeshift for that kind of backup and can be installed using the following command:

pamac install timeshift

TimeShift defaults to excluding your /home folder when you make a snapshot of your system. You can also set it up to make automatic snapshots.

For a more complete guide to full crash-proof backups, have a look here:

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