Linux distribution based on Red Hat
The Fedora project emerged in 2003 when Red Hat became a paid distribution. With the powerful base of Red Hat and years of development, Fedora has managed to position itself as one of the best operating systems based on Linux.
A multi-purpose distribution
With a desktop based on GNOME or KDE, Fedora provides the latest software packages available. It's a Linux version prepared to run in any field, whether domestic or professional, that includes the best open source software and that offers complete support for your hardware.
One of the Linux versions with the most satisfied users.
An introduction to Fedora
- Free and open-source software.
- More than 10,000 packages and applications.
- Secure. Without viruses or spyware.
- Great amount of themes and styles.
- Take part in the Fedora project together with the rest of community users.
Equipped with the best software
With Evolution and Empathy you can work with your emails and hold chat and video conversations. Browse with Firefox, post on Twitter with Gwibber, play multimedia contents with Totem and Rhythmbox, create DVDs or extract tracks with CD Sound Juicer, take photos with Cheese Photobooth and organize the collection with Shotwell...
Free your desktop with Fedora.
With regard to illustration and design you also have a wide range of products: GIMP and Inkscape as graphic editors, Scribus to create publications, Blender 3D Studio for 3D design and modelling of games, PiTiVi as a video editor, Audacity to edit audio... And if you need to work on office documents, you have the entire LibreOffice suite.
- Requires an Internet connection to download parts of the installation.
Fedora Live USB Creator 3.12.0
Install Fedora on a USB stick and take it everywhere you go