Fedora 25 Officially Released as the First Major Linux OS to Offer Wayland by Default

Six months in development and delayed twice, Fedora 25 Linux is now available for download in its production-ready state, and it appears to be the first ever release of the distribution to ship with the next-generation Wayland display server by default, but only for the Workstation edition, which is built around the GNOME 3.22 desktop environment. While all that it’s true, Wayland is nowhere near to being ready for gaming, which means that you’ll still need to switch to the X.Org Server (X11) session if you plan on playing some GPU demanding games. The latest reports show that users are still encountering graphical issues with the proprietary Nvidia and AMD Radeon drivers.

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