Linux distributions are becoming more and more popular every day, and Fedora Workstation is not left behind. This popularity brings forth the need to run Windows applications on Linux distros like Fedora. Windows has quite some excellent Software that is not available for Linux.
Having an indicator applet on the top bar of your Fedora desktop is handy when you want to quickly access certain apps, including Google music, Shutter, Skype, Dropbox, and more. After installing Fedora 32 workstation for a weekend spin, I immediately ran into missing icons on the top bar for the applications that I have installed. Most importantly, the Shutter icon.
One of our favorite Linux based distributions, Fedora, has officially got upgraded to Fedora 32. It houses excellent new features and improved hardware support. In this article, we will show you how you can upgrade to Fedora 32 workstation from any of the older versions you might have on your system.
Fedora 32 Workstation is about to release by end of this month. Here is what's new features added for the end-users and the developers. The major highlight is the GNOME 3.36 that's polished to a great extent, and Linux 5.6, which is one of the best releases for the Kernel for far. We hope you enjoy the video.
Every Linux distribution has its capabilities and preferences as per the user requirements. That brings forth the need to run different distros on one laptop. For example, a CyberSecurity enthusiast might prefer to use Ubuntu for development and Kali Linux for penetration testing.