By building ARCH the ARCH WAY. Manjaro IS NOT ARCH and cannot be converted to Arch.
Truly, no offense intended. The fact that you posed such a question suggests to me that you should consider keeping Manjaro and running Arch on a VM for awhile.
I realized my mistake and learned from it, now im running arch from the arch way (took me couple of tries tho)
I get that Arch is for those who have the will to learn to build their system from the ground up and is viewed as used by intermediate Linux users typically. However, why would you bash a new user for asking a question such as this?
What he said is not really bashing but good advice, Its something I would say too. It is good to test on VM to ensure the software is A) What you want and that B) You understand the process before doing it on your hardware.I personally believe testing on VM is being responsible because sometimes the installer is confusing or similar and it can throw you off by doing unexpected things.The things that make Manjaro be Manjaro is the small ammount of extra tools they put into it. They do not stick with the same profiles each release so thats really not what makes Manjaro