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The Fedora Project is sponsored by Red Hat Fedora 23 released. With the new release, GNOME 3.18 is the default desktop environment and Linux kernel 4.2, under the hood. In addition, Fedora includes a new firmware update system.

The latter means that the update software Fedora firmware updates automatically downloads and installs the hardware and builders who make the Linux Firmware Vendor Services put. The process is similar to “normal” software, which receives updates from repositories or repositories.

In addition to the Workstation version of the operating system, there are also a new Fedora Server and a Red Hat Cloud edition. The major changes from Fedora 21 are security enhancements, such as the inability to run software created with SSL3 and rc4. All packages are now standard with ASLR compiled. Also included with Workstation now standard Python 3 and 4 Mono. Furthermore, the operating system now has support for Unicode 8.

Standard is also included xdg, a project of GNOME to enable cross-distribution-sandboxed applications. It must then be easier for a third party to create an application that operates on different distributions, whereby the application as little as possible has access to the host operating system. It is still experimental and requires as Wayland display server.

The minimum system requirements for a standard installation, a 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 10GB of hard disk space, though they adapt a sleeve with a minimal installation, which is also coming out with less than 768MB RAM. Apart from Gnome 3:18 can be also used various Fedora spins, such as KDE, Cinnamon and several other desktop environments.

Users who want to upgrade from Fedora 22 to 23 should use the new package management DNF instead of Yum. As standard software packages are also included Firefox 41.0.1, Evolution 3.18.1 and LibreOffice 5. Gnome 3:18 is standard Google Drive integration and a new Calendar application.


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