Fedora 36, Red Hat's free Linux distro, brings an updated desktop experience and some behind-the-scenes tweaks.
Due to some last-minute bugs discovered, Fedora Linux 36 has been postponed again with a new release date of May 10.
The Fedora 37 development team is considering dropping support for non-UEFI BIOS.
Upgrading Fedora's version is quick and easy. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to upgrade to Fedora 36 from Fedora 35!
Fedora 35 is now officially available and brings with it the GNOME 41 desktop environment, which has plenty of great improvements as usual.
Fedora 34 is one of the major releases in Fedora’s history and a bold one. It brings Kernel 5.11, GNOME 40, and enhanced Btrfs file system.
The Fedora Team announced that they will be celebrating the upcoming final release of Fedora Linux 34 with a virtual Release Party.
Fedora Linux was created back in 2003 as a community distribution called the Fedora Project. It is sponsored primarily by Red Hat.
The Fedora Project is changing the default file system for desktop variants. Btrfs will replace ext4 as the default filesystem in Fedora 33.