It’s Time to Upgrade to Fedora 24 Linux If You’re Still Using Fedora 22

Of course, this is not the first time we inform our readers about the end of life (EOL) support of the Fedora 22 GNU/Linux distribution, but just in case you haven’t noticed our previous story, and you’re still using Fedora 22 on your personal computers or servers, it’s time to upgrade to a newer release immediately. Fedora 22 Linux distribution was released last year on May 26, and it introduced many GNU/Linux technologies that were popular at the point in time. For example, the distro shipped with the Linux 4.0 kernel, the GNOME 3.16, KDE Plasma 5, Xfce 4.12, and MATE 1.10.0 desktop environments, as well as many other up-to-date apps and packages.

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