Fedora 33 is officially here!

Today Im excited to share the results of the hard work of thousands of contributors to the Fedora Project our latest release Fedora 33 is here This is a big release with a lot of change but I believe all that work will also make it a comfortable one fulfilling our goal of bringing you the latest stable powerful and robust free and open source software in many easy to use offerings.nbsp.

If you just want to get to the bits without delay head over to httpsgetfedora.org right now. For details read on.

Fedora Editions are targeted outputs geared toward specific showcase uses on the desktop in server and cloud environmentsand now for Internet of Things as well.

Fedora Workstation focuses on the desktop and in particular its geared toward software developers who want a just works Linux operating system experience. This release features GNOME 3.38 which has plenty of great improvements as usual. The addition of the Tour application helps new users learn their way around. And like all of our other desktop-oriented variants Fedora Workstation now uses BTRFS as the default filesystem. This advanced filesystem lays the foundation for bringing a lot of great enhancements in upcoming releases. For your visual enjoyment Fedora 33 Workstation now features an animated background based on time of day by default.


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