While the Fedora community debates about the release rate of the versions and other ins and outs, the developers of other distributions move on and we have recently met Korora 25. Korora is a distribution that is based on Fedora, in this case, Korora 25 is based on Fedora 25.
This new version comes out just five months after Korora 24 and it seems that the changes we found in the last version are already stable and fixed in Korora 25 or so it seems.
One of the novelties that we had in Korora 24 compared to previous versions is the suppression of the 32-bit version, a decision that remains in Korora 25 as no 32-bit version will be released. In the case of having a 32-bit version, you will have to follow these indications that the Korora developers recommend to go to the 25-bit version of Korora 64, of course, if our team allows it.
The official flavor of Korora 25 will come with Linux 4.8 and the latest version KDE Plasma 5.8
Also, in this case the main version will not come with Gnome but with KDE Plasma, its latest stable version, although it also we can have Cinnamon 3.2, MATE 1.16 or Xfce 4.12, all stable versions of the most popular and used desktops in the Gnu / Linux world.
In all these flavors of Korora 25, in addition to having the latest from Fedora 25, that is, kernel 4.8 and Wayland, Among other things, the Korora team has added a series of extras that will improve the usability of the distribution for the most novice users as well as its installation, despite the fact that the Fedora 25 installer is very
If you want to try this new version of Korora, in Korora's main website You will find the installation images, images that you can download to install on your computer or in a virtual machine.
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The main version is gnome, KDE is sadly abandoned. Currently I installed the gnome version to test (although I am not a fan of it) and it has me very surprised.