The Fedora Linux 34 operating system is now powered by the Linux 5.12 kernel series, which brings various new features and better hardware support. All users can now update their installations!
A quick, step-by-step, and painless tutorial on how to upgrade your Fedora Linux 33 installation to the latest Fedora Linux 34 operating system release.
Fedora Linux 34 operating system is now available for download. This release is powered by the Linux 5.11 kernel series and GNOME 40 desktop environment.
Fedora Linux 34 operating system is now available for public beta testing. The upcoming release introduces Btrfs transparent compression for more disk space, Linux kernel 5.11, GNOME 40 desktop environment, and PipeWire for handling audio streams.
Looks like Fedora Linux 34 Workstation will enable support for haptic touchpads, add incremental updates for Flatpak apps, enable PipeWire for audio, and add more Wayland improvements.
An early look at the new Activities Overview and GNOME Shell design of the upcoming GNOME 40 desktop environment on the Fedora 34 operating system.
Good news for Fedora users as the upcoming Fedora 34 distribution release will ship with the GNOME 40 desktop environment by default for its Workstation edition.