After almost one month of delay, Fedora 37 is finally released this Tuesday!
Fedora 37 comes with 1 year support until Nov, 2023. It features the most recent 6.0 Kernel series, GNOME 43 desktop for the Workstation, as well as two new editions:
- Fedora CoreOS – auto-updating, minimal, container-focused OS.
- Fedora Cloud for creating general purpose virtual machines (VMs)
For the desktop edition, you’ll see more core applications ported the latest GTK4 toolkit. As well, the top-right corner system tray menu has been redesigned. It’s now ‘Quick Settings‘ with clean interface to control and glance at system status.
A new ‘Device Security‘ page is available under Privacy settings, indicating the status of your device security level and whether Secure Boot enabled or not. The page however only appears when you try or install Fedora on a real machine.
Other changes include:
- Adaptive Files (nautilus file manager) UI.
- Redesigned file context (right-click) menu.
- WebP image support out-of-the-box.
- Undo popup when deleting files now moved to bottom of file window.
- WWAN 5G connection support
- Allow updating Gnome extensions while only Extension Manager installed.
As well, Fedora Server now produces KVM disk image to run in VM easier. It now officially support for Raspberry Pi 4, but drop support for the ARMv7 architecture. OpenSSL 1.1 is deprecated while OpenSSL 3 recommended. And, there are toolkit updates including Python 3.11, Golang 1.19, glibc 2.36, and LLVM 15.
Get Fedora 37:
For the official announcement, go to this page. And, download Fedora 37 by going the page below: