Linux distro review: Fedora Workstation 32

Today’s Linux distro review is one I’ve been wanting to do for quite some time—Fedora Workstation. Fedora is one of the heavyweight desktop distros of the Linux world, with a vibrant community and a strong presence at every open source convention I’ve ever attended. (Remember physically attending events? Ars remembers.)

I never felt particularly drawn to Fedora myself, because it’s a bleeding-edge distro—one targeted to the very newest software, possibly at the expense of stability. That’s not what I personally want in an operating system—I fix broken things professionally; I’d prefer not to fix them personally any more than I have to.