Arch Linux is one of my favorite GNU/Linux distributions. However, it is not as easy to install as Ubuntu and openSUSE. I have installed Arch so many times (since 2011) that I have almost memorized the procedure. I have converted that procedure into an easy to follow tutorial that can help new Arch Linux users.
There are many Ubuntu-like derivatives or Arch that make it easier to get started with Arch, but I will discourage using them. Installing Arch without understanding some of its core components and configurations will cause more problems when something breaks because you don’t know how it’s set-up. So I encourage you to do a manual installation of Arch Linux and understand its internals. I heavily recommend referring to the official Arch Wiki to get in-depth information about each step and process.
I have broken this article into several small pieces to address one topic at a time without intimidating you with a single long page.