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📢 Fedora Linux 35 Beta released for public testing - includes GNOME 41, Linux Kernel 5.14

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Fedora Linux 35 Beta released for public testing - includes GNOME 41, Linux Kernel 5.14
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Fedora Linux 35 Beta released for public testing - includes GNOME 41, Linux Kernel 5.14

Fedora Linux 35 released to the Beta testers, which includes GNOME 41 desktop environment, and Linux Kernel 5.14.

The Fedora Project announced the release and general availability of the beta version of the upcoming Fedora Linux 35 operating system. Being the next major version of the popular GNU/Linux distribution sponsored by Red Hat, it is now available for public beta testing.

Fedora Linux 35 will include all the latest and greatest GNU / Linux technologies and open source software. The beta comes as a RC (Release Candidate) release of the latest version of GNOME desktop environment. The GNOME 41 offers exciting new features and enhancements for the Fedora Workstation.

The beta also includes WirePlumber, a modular session and a policy manager for PipeWire by default. WirePlumber enables custom routing rules for flows to and from devices, said Matthew Miller, Fedora Project Manager.

You can download Fedora Linux 35 Beta now from the Release Announcements page for 64-bit and ARM devices. But, please note that this is a preview release of Fedora Linux 35. Hence, it is advisable not to install and use it on a production system.