Great, thank you.
I’m a little disappointed that this thread went the way of “search the forum”, it’s not normally the way I’d like things to happen and really the first reply should have been “can you provide more information”.
Manjaro (and Arch) is a cutting-edge distro by design, so various things work, then don’t work, then work again, as versions change and bugs are introduced and fixed by the upstream projects. Manjaro (and Arch) don’t generally fix bugs as that’s what the upstream projects should be doing - fixing bugs in their own software.
Ubuntu, on the other hand, takes a snapshot of Debian when most things are working for most hardware, and maintains that state for several years. It’s a very different approach and it works well when you don’t want/need the latest software versions.
The thing with Linux is there’s not a “one size fits all” distro. Each distro serves a different purpose, but that’s the whole point. If Arch works, OK. If Ubuntu works, fine. If CentOS is better, great. Use the best tool for the job.