Fedora 30: If you enjoy trying out recently upgraded Linux distributions, April will be a very special month. Canonical's Ubuntu 19.04 released publicly and recently Fedora 30 Beta was released from Fedora Project.
Later today at 30 2019 April, it is planned to release the final (stable) version of Fedora distribution.
The distribution for those who do not know is funded by Red Hat.
Up to now, the ISO of the final version of the Fedora 30 distribution is not available except for a repository at Leaseweb. We expect that all repositories in the distribution will soon be synchronized and will get the latest version.
Until then (and if you are in a hurry) you can download ISO from the links below.
As we have said to you previous publication the update brings many performance improvements for DNF (the well-known Fedora packet manager) and flicker-free system boot.
It also offers two welcome additions to the already long list of supported work surfaces.
Updated distribution adds desktop Deepin and Pantheon to existing desktop desktops including Gnome, Xfce, KDE Plasma and Cinnamon, among others.
Fedora 30 comes with Gnome 3.32, featuring HiPi's graduated scaling and a series of UI enhancements. You can see the entire list of Gnome changes from here.
Fedora 30 ISO