Fedora Linux 35 Beta is out and just in time for testing before the official release at the end of October. I am always switching between distro, and truth be told I think everyone does. I do have VMs running in virtualbox but when it comes to Linux I like to use it with bare metal.
According to Joe Brockmeier on the Red Hat Blog:
The Fedora Project is pleased to announce Fedora Linux 35 Beta. This release continues the Fedora Project’s emphasis on delivering leading-edge open source technologies and includes updates spanning the Linux kernel to the desktop experience.
Fedora Linux 35 Beta is all about polish — extending existing features and adding new features or support to level up the experience of using Fedora Linux. Whether you use Fedora on the desktop, as a cloud-based image, or as a Linux container image, you’ll find improvements that make Fedora 35 a pleasant upgrade
I am glad to see they have expanded or improved their third-party application support via Flathub. I’ve always believed that the more applications available the better the adoption of the operating system.
GNOME 41 will be included with Fedora 35, I am a fan of GNOME and look forward to the new updates it brings. I do like the new and improved Software store layout, it seems clean and simple to me, just how I like it. There are also some new multitasking settings which include windows management and workspace options.
If you are a Linux fan I would encourage you to download this release and participate in finding and reporting bugs back to the Fedora project. This will help make Fedora the best it can be.
Do you plan on downloading Fedora 35 Beta? What is your favorite Linux distro? Let me know on Twitter and thanks for reading.