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Discjame Fedora Silverblue 39

We're so glad you've decided to give Fedora Silverblue a try. We know you'll love it.

RELEASE DATE: martars 7 di Novembar dal 2023

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Calcolant la sume di control de imagjin sul to computer e confrontantle cun chê origjinâl, tu puedis verificâ che la imagjin no vedi subît modifichis o che e sedi corote. Lis imagjinis a son ancje firmadis cun pgp cu lis clâfs di Fedora, par dimostrâ la lôr integrât.

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Getting going with Fedora is easier than ever. All you need is a 2GB USB flash drive, and Fedora Media Writer. Once Fedora Media Writer is installed, it will set up your flash drive to run a "Live" version of Fedora Workstation, meaning that you can boot it from your flash drive and try it out right away without making any permanent changes to your computer. Once you are hooked, installing it to your hard drive is a matter of clicking a few buttons*.

* Fedora al domande un minim di 20 GB di disc e 2 GB di RAM par podêsi instalâ e zirâ cun sucès. Al è conseât dopleâ chestis cuantitâts.

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