Fedora 25 Linux to Offer Better Dual-GPU Integration in the GNOME 3.22 Desktop

If you own a recent laptop with dual graphics, which we usually call AMD or Nvidia hybrid configuration (on-board Intel HD GPU and dedicated Nvidia or AMD Radeon video card), most probably you have a hard time running certain OpenGL applications, including games, with the dedicated GPU. Fedora 25 Linux is currently in development and will launch next month, but if you’re using the Beta with the GNOME 3.22 desktop environment (available in the Workstation Live CD), chances are dual-GPU support works a lot better than on other Linux-based operating system, with both Nvidia Optimus and AMD Radeon hybrid graphics.

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