Focus on your code in the GNOME 40 desktop environment. GNOME is built with developer feedback and minimizes distractions, so you can concentrate on what’s important.
Skip the drag of trying to find or build the tools you need. With Fedora’s complete set of open source languages, tools, and utilities, everything is a click or command line away. There’s even project hosting and repositories like COPR to make your code and builds available quickly to the community.
Get virtual machines up and running quickly to test your code on multiple platforms using GNOME Boxes. Or dig into powerful, scriptable virtualization tools for even more control.
Fedora will install on PCs with Intel and AMD 32- and 64-bit processors, as well as compatible processors from Transmeta, Via, and others. You will need a minimum of 256 MB of memory, 7 GB of disk space, and a processor speed of 400 MHz to obtain reasonable performance with the graphical user interface.