Fedora 20 Available For Download

Fedora 20 “Heisenbug” has been released, featuring the latest stable GNOME 3.10 along with other interesting changes.GNOME 3.10Fedora 20 ships with GNOME 3.10 by default, with comes with some important changes:the old system status menus have been replaced with a new System Menuimproved login and lock screens: better layout, nicer transitions, prettier lock screen notifications, etc.;”header bars” or “client side decorations” are used by default by some of the GNOME core apps like Nautilus, Documents and so on;many Settings (Control Center), including: new option to change the login screen background, new date and time settings, new display settings, the background can be selected from your Flickr photos;fine grained scrolling when dragging the scroll bar handle, or scrolling while holding the shift key;and of course, updated core apps.GNOME Software, a new application that was introduced with GNOME 3.10, is used by default in Fedora 20, replacing the old gnome-packagekit frontends:This is a tool for browsing and installing applications and at the moment, it doesn’t support reviews or displaying application screenshots:Other changesARM is now an officially supported architecture;You can now run ARM VMs on x86 hosts using standard libvirt tools: libvirt virsh, virt-manager and virt-install;Cinnamon 2.0 is available in the Fedora 20

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