Insight: Fedora 31 Is Officially Out
The latest version of the Fedora operating system is now available for download. Fedora 31 includes the latest release of GNOME Desktop Environment for users of all types. GNOME 3.34 in Fedora 31 Workstation includes many updates and improvements.
One of the biggest changes that you will see in the version of Fedora is that this is the first release of Fedora to drop 32-bit kernels. It has a better Qt application integration on the GNOME desktop with the QtGNOME module. Fedora 31 has an atomic kernel mode setting.
Glibc 2.30 and NodeJS 12 are among the many updated packages in Fedora 31. It has improved support for the Rockchip system-on-a-chip devices including the Rock960, RockPro64, and Rock64, plus initial support for “panfrost”, an open source 3D accelerated graphics driver for newer Arm Mali “midgard” GPUs.
Download Fedora 31 from the link below: