Korora 24 “Sheldon” Linux Is Available Only for 64-bit PCs, Based on Fedora 24

Now that the Korora 22 “Selina” release has reached end of life (EOL) status on July 22, 2016, there’s no better way to celebrate by upgrading to the Korora 24 release, which will be supported with security updates, bug fixes, and latest software released for a period of one year, until July 2017. As many of you have expected, Korora 24 borrows all the goodies from the upstream Fedora repositories, including, but not limited to, the Linux 4.6 kernel, Cinnamon 3.0, GNOME 3.20, MATE 1.14, and Xfce 4.12 desktop environments, as well as numerous other open source software and the latest GNU/Linux technologies.