1Fedora 28 Set to Deliver New GNOME Linux Desktop for Workstations
The beta release of the Fedora 28 Linux distribution became available on April 3, providing users with a preview of new capabilities that will become generally available in May. Fedora is a community Linux distribution that is sponsored by Red Hat and is available in workstation, server and container-optimized editions. The new Fedora 28 release benefits from the latest Linux 4.16 kernel at the core of the system. In the Workstation edition, Fedora 28 integrates the new GNOME 3.28 open-source desktop operating environment. Among the highlights of GNOME 3.28 are improved file folder capabilities, a refreshed default font and improved virtualization. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at highlights of the Fedora 28 beta release.
2New GNOME Desktop Comes to Fedora Workstation
3Run OpenSUSE or Ubuntu Inside Boxes
4GNOME Folders Get a Starring Role
5Cantarell Font Gets Refreshed
6GNOME Usage in Preview
7Powered by a Linux 4.16 Kernel
8Fedora 28 Has Multiple Editions
9General Availability Set for May
Currently, Fedora 28 is available as a beta release. The final release is expected to become generally available in May.