Why Fedora 39 Beta is the Best-Performing Linux Distribution Yet
When it comes to Linux distributions, Fedora has come a long way. Previously considered suitable only for advanced users, Fedora has now become user-friendly and is on par with Ubuntu. The upcoming Fedora 39 beta showcases impressive improvements and enhancements, making it even more appealing to users of all skill levels.
One of the major highlights of Fedora 39 beta is the inclusion of GNOME 45, which brings several improvements such as a faster search, activities indicator, camera usage indicator, new default image viewer, new core apps, and more. The file manager also receives various UI tweaks, enhancing the overall user experience.
Performance is where Fedora 39 truly shines. The search tools in the Overview have been significantly improved, making it one of the fastest search experiences on any operating system. The responsiveness and speed of Fedora 39 are remarkable, even on machines with limited resources. Applications open almost instantly, and there’s no noticeable lag.
In terms of appearance, Fedora 39 beta ships with a light theme by default, giving it a highly polished and professional look. It’s clear that the developers have put effort into making Fedora 39 visually appealing to a wide range of users, including businesses.
While Fedora 39 beta is not recommended for production or daily usage, the official release is just around the corner, scheduled for October 17, 2023. Once released, Fedora 39 will be a highly recommended choice for users of all skill levels, thanks to its impressive performance, user-friendly interface, and polished design.