2Fedora 22 Comes in Three Flavors
3DNF Replaces Yum
4Workstation Users Can Choose GNOME or GNOME Classic Desktops
With the Workstation release, users have the choice of either a regular GNOME 3 or a GNOME Classic desktop. The GNOME Classic desktop interface provides users with a more traditional GNOME desktop that includes applications, places and files as top menu items, while the GNOME desktop option provides an activities-focused approach.
5Files and Folders Are Easier to Navigate
6Boxes Virtualization Gets New Creation Assistant
7Firefox Remains the Default Browser
8Tool for Finding New Software Is Improved
9Fedora 22 Available for Different Clouds
Fedora 22’s Cloud Edition has multiple versions depending on how and where a user wants to deploy the operating system. There are base images that are generic, and then there are atomic images that run a minimal server operating system optimized for containers. There are also specific Fedora 22 images optimized for deployment on Amazon’s public cloud.
10Linux 4 Debuts in Fedora 22
At the heart of Fedora 22 is the Linux 4.0 kernel, released April 12. The Linux 4.0 kernel introduces a live kernel patching capability, which enables the Linux kernel to be patched without the need to reboot the system.