The Fedora Project announces the availability of the Fedora Linux 34 Beta. The final release is expected to take place by the end of April.
Fedora comes with multiple editions designed to address specific use cases for IT teams and modern developers. This also includes Fedora CoreOS – it addresses the requirements of cloud-native, containerized developers. In the case of desktops, the new version uses the new GNOME 40 desktop. Its enhancements include a better desktop arrangement for windows, search, workspaces, and applications.
Matthew Miller, Red Hat’s Fedora Project Leader, says, “Fedora integrates thousands of ‘upstream’ open-source projects into a unified distribution on a six-month release cadence, and every so often Red Hat takes that collection, forks it off, and produces RHEL.”
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