Last week a Red Hat-sponsored community project Fedora announced the availability of Fedora 33 Beta. It is a prerelease version of the upcoming Fedora 33 Linux distribution whose final stable version will arrive in the last week of October.
Fedora 33 is one of the exciting releases as it contains the fundamental shift of the default filesystem from ext4 to btrfs for all Fedora desktop editions and spins along with other new features and visual changes.
Here are some of the key updates that Fedora 33 Beta includes.
For complete details of all features you can check out the Fedora 33 change set.
Coming to the main topic you can also upgrade your current Fedora system to the beta version of Fedora 33 which youll also be able to upgrade further to the final stable release by simply updating your system once it arrives at the end of October.