Fedora is a Linux-based operating system, which also offers a development platform. In other words, it is free to use, modify, and distribute, and is also free of charge. Likewise, Fedora uses the latest technologies from the open-source world. On the other hand, the results of the thousands of contributors to the Fedora project, announce the launch of its latest version Fedora 33. This version brings many changes.
Likewise, Fedora 33 arrives with the intention of continuing the excellent evaluation of the distribution. In terms of offering an increasingly modern and automated operating system with all fronts, including the desktop.
Fedora 33 What’s new?
- Fedora Workstation focuses on the desktop and particularly targets developers who want a Linux operating system experience. Similarly, Fedora 33 incorporates GNOME 3.38 where it has many improvements as usual.
- On the other hand Fedora Workstation now uses BTRFS as the default file system. BTRFS is a stable and mature file system with modern features such as data integrity, compression. In addition, to support multiple devices and more, it lays the foundation for future enhancements.
- Similarly, with the use of BTRFS participation management. Incorporates will solve the problems with the exhaustion of free disk space when the address / and /home is mounted separately.
- In contrast, Fedora 33 incorporates updated key programming language and system library packages. It includes Python 3.9, Ruby on Rails 6.0, Perl 5.32, RPM 4.16, and LLVM 11.
- Another change that stands out is the change of the vi editor, for the nano text editor. The change is due to the desire to make the distribution more accessible to beginners. That is, to provide an editor that can be used by any user that does not have special knowledge, in the working methods in the vi editor.
For the announcement of the launch of Fedora 33, you can find it on FedoraMagazine.org.
It seems that the developers have not remained with their arms crossed in the face of the current pandemic problem. To continue with the development of the Fedora project, now with its latest version.
On the other hand, Fedora 33 is a community distribution sponsored by Red Hat, in charge of several aspects to mark the steps to continue evolving in the GNU/Linux technology.
Similarly, the latest version of the Fedora project includes GNOME 3.38 desktop environment. It also incorporates updated key programming language and system library packages.