The latest release of ArcoLinux, version 23.07, introduces an exciting new feature called Sofirem – Software Installer and Remover. Sofirem addresses the issue of not being able to access the software selection after a reboot. Leveraging the Calamares files, Sofirem allows users to install or remove applications and perform various other tasks. If additional applications are desired, users can utilize the command line, pamac, gnome-software, or discover. With Sofirem, users can toggle package installation and removal, add ArcoLinux keyring and mirrorlist, search for tags and names, view package versions and progress, access the pacman log file, view installed packages, explore ArcoLinux ISO packages, and configure personal settings in ~/.config/sofirem. Log files are stored in /var/log/sofirem. Additionally, this release introduces enhancements to the ArcoLinux application glade (AAG) with options to install the ArcoLinux Spices Application (ASA) and the ArchLinux Tweak Tool (ATT) on pure Arch Linux or other Arch Linux-based systems. The Candy beauty icons have been updated and renamed to "a-candy-beauty-icon-theme-git." The ArchLinux Tweak Tool now includes the RebornOS repository. For users transitioning from Debian, Suse, and other systems, the release highlights the importance of learning the necessary maintenance commands and provides a reference to the Pacman/Rosetta wiki page. Emoji support has been expanded with the addition of noto emoji fonts to the ISO, specifically for the XL variant. Archiso 71 brings changes to the ISO building process, and the Calamares application has been updated to the code of May 24th, 2023.