Matthew Miller announced the release of the new Fedora 31 release. The new release includes a special isolated container feature called Fedora Toolbox.
“If you haven't used the Fedora Toolbox, it will be great to try it. It's a simple tool for starting and managing your own container workspaces so you can grow or test in an isolated area. It runs very simply with a "toolbox" and an enter from the command line. Container workflows are vital for users of ostree variants of Fedora distribution such as CoreOS, IoT and Silverblue, but they are also extremely useful on any workstation or even on any server.
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Fedora Workstation is focused on the desktop and specific software developers who want a "Linux operating system that simply works".
This release brings the GNOME 3.34, which has significant performance improvements, and is particularly noticeable on devices with minimal resources. ”
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Fedora distribution is available in Workstation and Server versions but also in many different versions turned that have been developed by the community.