The general availability of Fedora 28, which includes a new software delivery system based on a modular repository. It provides alternative versions of the software and updates that come with the default release. It enables users to update specific components at the speed that meets their needs. Modularity gives users more control over their computing environments. Fedora Linux is the free community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 28 continues the strategy of releasing three versions that target different user bases. They are Fedora 28 Server, Fedora 26 Workstation and Fedora 28 Atomic Host.
Fedora 28 features numerous bug fixes and performance tweaks, new and enhanced additions. The Fedora 28 base package offers updated compilers and languages, including the latest version of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 8, Golang 1.10 and Ruby 2.5. It’s mission is to bring leading-edge innovation to the users. Fedora 28 delivers some of the latest open source technologies, including GNOME 3.28 and Kubernetes 1.9.
The latest version of Fedora includes new tools and features for general users. Fedora 28 Workstation also upgrades users to GNOME 3.28. The latest GNOME version adds the capability to set favorite files, folders and contacts for easier organization and access. It is designed to be best desktop environment for software developers, from students to startups to enterprise. Additional enhancements include Thunderbolt 3 connection support and improved emoji support. Active-by-default power saving features improve laptop battery life.