Fedora is supported by Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. This is developed as an operating system by the Linux kernel. It is open-source which is a Linux distribution focuses greatly on security. It provides users with a firewall which is available right from the start of the install. There are multiple security policies because of Security-Enhanced Linux, SELinux feature. The latest update is very stable as it has improved and allows bugs to be fixed automatically. Specific applications are supported by automatic updates. Examples of such applications include Firefox, Linux Kernel, and OpenOffice.org among others.
New tools give a great graphical update. Also, the new update with it also brings language settings, users, authentications, network shares, web servers, firewalls, and many others. It is very much user-friendly as it allows the users to customize their use by applying different wallpapers with different effects or themes and also by adding interesting widgets. With better power management, the GNOME environment of the desktop allows users to share and edit their files to their friends as well.
Fedora is the operating system and the latest version released is Fedora 26. There are three categories of Fedora OS. Fedora Workstation, that is easy to use for laptop and desktop. It is usually used in industries. Fedora Server, that includes the best data center technologies and more easy to use with the latest tools and technologies. The Fedora Atomic is used for Linux Docker Kubernetes applications. Also, Fedora is an open-source operating system project. Anyone can use, modify, and distribute. Also, It has the documentation notes for new users. If you face any issue or bug, you can report to the community they will help you out.
- Easy to use and understand
- Fast Boot.
- The interactive graphical user interface also.
- Great Virtualization.
- Workstation, Server, and Atomic categories of operating systems.
- It is open-source, can use, share/distribute, and modify.
- Best Security.
- Easy to use and understand also.
- Automatic Updates.
- The GNOME 3 desktop environment also.