While checking the newly installed Fedora on your system you can simply experience the major change and ease of doing work on your system. One of the biggest difference is GNOME 3.22. It offers a very polished Linux desktop experience, it’s shipping with the Linux 4.8 kernel, and all-around is just a very quality release.
You will also be pleased to find that Fedora 25 runs the SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) kernel by default. While there aren’t as many noticeable changes to the average desktop user, SELinux helps keep malware or potentially malicious code in check.
What’s New in Fedora 25?
Be ready to be burdened with a number of goodies offered by Fedora 25. There are several new and noteworthy changes in Fedora Workstation.
Best features of Fedora 25
The best feature of Fedora 25 is the default environment comes with courtesy of the GNOME community. They’ve put a great deal of effort into the newest 3.22 release. Examples of improvements include:
- Multiple file renaming in the Files app
- Integrated compressed file capabilities in Files
- New, redesigned keyboard settings tool
- Easier category browsing in Software
- …and much more!