The Linux developers finally announced the release date for the latest version 35 of the Fedora system. It will be available as early as next week. To be precise, it will be next Tuesday, November 2, 2021, which was originally expected to be one week late on October 26.Fedora
35 will bring a lot of new features, the kernel is upgraded to Linux Kernel 5.14, GNOME on the interface
41 brings an innovative application store and expanded system settings, including mobile networks and multitasking options such as hot corners and fixed workspaces.
For notebook users, support for touch screen and touchpad gestures, new power management options and new features to manage battery energy saving make it the most suitable Fedora version for notebooks.
The new version will also introduce a series of applications as usual. For example, we will see an upgrade of the tools used to establish VNC and RDP remote connections, and at the same time, the calendar will support events added via .ics suffix files. Fedora 35 will also bring a new member WirePlumber, a special tool that supports PipeWire.
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