Each version is updated for approximately 13 months, and upgrades between versions are quick and easy.
Free & private
With Fedora, your desktop is your own. It's free, there are no ads, and your data belongs to you.
Workstation is carefully curated to deliver a high-quality experience. The desktop is clean and uncluttered.
Developed in partnership with upstream projects. Rigorously tested. Backed by Red Hat.
Built on the latest technologies and enhancements that open source has to offer.
Makes the most of your device
Fedora works with hardware vendors to make excellent hardware support across a range of devices.
Features for everyone
Fedora comes with a fantastic collection of apps which cater to every need. Easily install the very best desktop apps with the click of a button from Fedora's repositories, Flathub or anywhere else.
Workstation speaks your language
Thanks to a global community of translators, Workstation is available in many languages.
Turn the lights down low
Flip a switch to turn on dark mode and give your eyes a break. Or use night light to reduce screen glare and help with sleep.
Online account integration
Optionally bring your online calendar, contacts and data to the desktop with online accounts
Helpful out of the box
Fedora Workstation includes a great set of utilities, like Clocks, Weather and Maps.
Great for developers
Virtualization made easy
Boxes takes the guesswork out of using virtual machines. Just select the OS you want to install, and the app will do the rest.
Productivity-boosting desktop features
Use performance mode to boost hardware speed when you need it. Turn off notifications with Do Not Disturb. Press the Super key and just type to search for what you need.
Containers ready to go
Use the latest container tools from the Red Hat ecosystem. No setup required. Access the Red Hat container registry.
All the packages developers need
All the packages, tools and runtimes you might need, up to date and ready for use with just a single command.
Built by you
Fedora Workstation is the result of work done across the Fedora Project, and everyone is welcome to participate. To learn how decisions are made about Workstation, see the Fedora Workstation Working Group pages.
Chat with the team
Participate in workstation discussions on discussion.fedoraproject.org/c/project
Report & discuss issues
Ask and answer questions on discussion.fedoraproject.org/c/ask
Participate in a test day
Help keep the Fedora experience smooth, performant and bug-free by participating in a test day
Help the design and docs teams with workstation
Open to all current and potential contributors weekly - find more info here.