Fedora 32 officially launched with GNOME 3.36
Fedora Project has just released Fedora 32 - one of the most popular and supported Linux-based desktop operating systems available today.
Fedora Project has just released Fedora 32 - one of the most popular and supported Linux-based desktop operating systems available today. The most noticeable major change on Fedora 32 is the arrival of the Gnome 3.36 desktop environment, accompanied by great platform improvements, which enhance the overall experience. Fedora 32 Workstation will primarily focus on desktops and specifically towards software developers and content creators.
In addition to the Workstation version, everyone can now download Fedora Server - a platform specially developed for system administrators who want an easy-to-deploy solution, Fedora IoT - providing a support platform. strong support for the Internet of Things and Fedora CoreOS ecosystems - an operating system aimed at minimalism, auto-updates. There are also several versions of Fedora Spins and Labs targeted at specific user groups.Fedora 32
No matter what your choice is, all of the above Fedora 32 'variants' come with the same software packages that are currently available for download. Similar to previous versions, Fedora 32 is also shipped with some of the latest integrated software packages, such as GCC 10, Ruby 2.7 or Python 3.8. The Fedora Project says that Python 2 has now been removed from Fedora because the software has entered a phase of discontinuing support. For those who still rely on Python 2, there is an old python27 package currently offered.
Another interesting change is related to the ability to support memory 'depleted' situations. Fedora 32 comes with a service called EarlyOOM, which can detect and issue alerts in case the system memory is too low, and order to stop tasks / programs that are using the most resources. . This feature will help minimize the situation of system crashes due to memory problems, causing users to turn off and on again.
You can download Fedora 32 HERE.
If you are using the older version, you can follow THIS guide to upgrade the system.
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