Fedora 32 has been released on April 28, 2020. The new version of the Linux distribution is already available as a direct download or upgrade.
Fedora Workstation administrators may consult the official upgrading Fedora 31 to 32 guide if they need assistance when upgrading to the new version of the Linux distribution. In short, the following commands need to be run from Terminal:
Users on Windows and Mac devices may download the Fedora Media Writer application to create installation media using it. ISO files are also provided for users who prefer these.
Fedora may not be as popular as Ubuntu Linux or Linux Mint, but it has a loyal following. The workstation version of Fedora 32 comes with a number of new features, changes and improvements.
Here is a short overview of important changes in Fedora 32:
Administrators who plan to upgrade to Fedora 32 or install the Linux distribution anew may want to consult the list of known bugs first to make sure no stopper bugs affect the installation or use of the operating system after installation.
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