Got another PC and my obvious choice was to install Manjaro KDE, which I did. And I'm amazed how many hardcoded apps Manjaro KDE 19.0.2 has. When saying hardcoded, I means apps that you can't simply uninstall because they will remove half of other apps/modules and system won't even start in most cases (or will be unusable).
In the past, Manjaro team improved this with every new release - less and less hardcoded apps were bundled. Which is not the case anymore. Here are just some apps I can't remove from Manjaro anymore because doing so uninstalls almost everything - from core KDE modules to stuff like dictionaries:
Suse Image Writer
..and many more
I know there is some type of workaround to remove only specified packages (without uninstalling half the OS) via CLI, but why in the Earth you do that? The main reason I left MS team and switched to Linux was option to have my OS bloat-free after installation, or even have an option to remove everything I don't need.
I understand different users might needs different apps, so it's fair enough that Manjaro comes pre-installed with tons of them. But for God's sake, please allow users to remove apps they don't need...