Fedora Linux 39 released

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New release

Fedora was initially released two decades ago, on November 6th, 2003. And this month, the community is celebrating the release of Fedora 39!
You can find Fedora 39 available and compatible with different platforms, including desktops, servers, cloud, and more.
You can find this latest Fedora version by clicking here!

What is Fedora?

Fedora Linux is a popular, open-source Linux distribution, used on a wide range of platforms (e.g., desktops, servers, and the cloud).
Fedora Linux started as part of the Red Hat Project, which makes it significantly correlated with Red Hat Linux. Fedora’s philosophy and popularity allowed the project to use Fedora’s distributions to test features later implemented into Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

What’s new with Fedora 39?

This release includes many important improvements:

  • Fedora Workstation now includes GNOME 45 with many benefits in the user interface, user experience, and performance.
  • You can also find Fedora 39 images available on cloud platforms such as AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
  • This latest version also includes many updates on software packages and programming language stacks.

Please feel free to give it a try by installing or upgrading your systems to Fedora 39!

Jose Ponce

Jose is a Linux enthusiast with more than 10 years of Linux experience. His passion for Linux and other Free and Open-Source Software led him to start moreaboutlinux.com. On his free time, he enjoys reading books and drinking coffee.