Fedora 35 now available, with GNOME 41 and Linux 5.14

Fedora 35

After more than a month in beta and have been declared digital public good, the project whose name comes from a hat launched a new version of your operating system. Is about Fedora 35, and has returned to do what Canonical has not dared: use the latest version of the desktop. It is true that the 35th version of this operating system has arrived almost three weeks apart, but also that it has done so with two much more updated components.

Since the comparisons are obnoxious, we will leave them here, but it is important to mention that Fedora 35 uses GNOME 41. The developers had to fix a few problems, and that was the reason why Fedora 35 arrived a little later than expected. But we already have it here, and the kernel it uses by default is the Linux 5.14 released in late August. You have other outstanding news after the cut.

Fedora 35 Highlights

  • GNOME 41. Other editions use Plasma 5.22.5, Xfce 4.16, and LXQt 0.17.
  • Linux 5.14.
  • WirePlumber is the session manager for PipeWire and will allow us to create some rules.
  • yescrypt is the method of storing passwords in / etc / shadow.
  • Ability to restart human services after an RPM update.
  • Automatic detection of the optimal size of the encryption sector during the installation of Fedora with LUKS / dm-crypt encryption.
  • Fedora Kinoite, new official flavor based on KDE.
  • Table 21.2.
  • GCC 11.
  • Python 3.10.
  • Pearl 5.34.
  • PHP 8.0.

Fedora Workstation is focused on the desktop, and in particular, it is aimed at software developers who want a Linux operating system experience that "just works." This release features GNOME 41, which is based on the reimagining of desktops in GNOME 40 (which shipped in Fedora Workstation 40). GNOME 41 includes improvements to power management. The GNOME Software has also been revised in GNOME 41 to make it easier to navigate and discover applications. It also introduces Connections, a new remote desktop client based on VNC and RDP.

Fedora 35 can now be downloaded from this link.

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