Fedora 35 bridges the gap between the seasoned and the new user

Fedora 35 beta is now available, and Jack Wallen finds what was once considered a distribution geared toward the seasoned pro is now ready for the average user.

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For the longest time, I considered the Fedora Linux distribution to have an audience of one—those dyed-in-the-wool, experienced users. There’s a good reason for that. Fedora is a bleeding-edge distribution, so things can break, go south or not work.

I’ve been reviewing Linux distributions for decades now, so I’ve experienced several Fedora releases. When this particular flavor of Linux first hit the virtual shelves, it was very much not a platform for the new user. It would break and require admin-level attention.

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But something happened along the way to…

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