Fedora 32 vs Fedora 31 review / comparison

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With the release of Fedora 32, people may wonder how it compares to its predecessor. Fedora 31 users should know what exact changes or what have been introduced? In order to make it easier for people who encounter such problems, this article lists the two versions side by side so that you can easily understand their similarities and differences.

Comparison of Fedora 32 and Fedora 31

Fedora 32 featuresFedora 31
coreFedora 32 comes with kernel 5.6Fedora 31 released with kernel 5.3
Release dateIssued on April 28, 2020Issued on October 29, 2019
desktopFedora 32 has the latest GNOME 3.36 versionFedora 31 is released with the latest GNOME 3.24.
Group CMake the most of CGroups v2Introduction to CGroups v2
GrebeGlibc 2.31Glibc 2.30
Not enough storageHave a new EarlyOOM software package to solve the problem of insufficient memoryThe oom-killer is still only used in the kernel.
RoustaboutDue to CGroups v2, Fedora strongly encourages the use of Podman.Docker package has been removed in Fedora 31 and replaced by moby-engine
The fate of 32-bit systemsThere is also no ISO for 32-bit systems in Fedora 32Fedora 31 dropped support for 32-bit systems
ExtensionFedora 32 has new extended applicationsDue to GNOME 3.24, extension applications are not available
Visual impressionFedora 32 is well decorated in the better Nautilus file manager and has a good GNOME 3.26 appearance.Fedora 31 users will definitely notice visual changes and performance improvements
Fedora optionsFedora SilverblueFedora IoTFedora CoreOS New Comp-NeuroFedora LabFedora Silverblue Fedora Internet of Things Fedora CoreOS
Packet filtering ArchitectureFedora 32 now uses nftables for packet filteringFedora 31 still uses iptables for packet filtering
language skillsDjango 3.0PHP 7.4Go 1.14Python 3.8Node js 12Go 1.13 Python 3
SSD packagingBy default, TRIM is enabled for SSDThere is no TRIM package in Fedora 31
Desktop SynthesizerWaylandWayland

Fedora’s future is full of broad prospects, especially during this decade, there has been a structural shift to containerized workloads. Considering that over time, projects such as Fedora Silverblue and Fedora CoreOS are gradually maturing, we can see that Fedora is more focused and prioritized in this direction. We can be sure that when our desktop operating system is fully powered by containers, Fedora will be ready for it.

Okay, you guys are there. Fedora 32 is a great version, and we strongly recommend that you try it for yourself. If you are using Fedora 31, you can follow the instructions on how to upgrade Fedora 31 to Fedora 32 Linux workstation immediately.

Conclusion

We hope that while providing Fedora 32 with its current outstanding appearance, dedication, hard work days and days, victory and defeat, and all challenges experienced will not be taken for granted. Fedora 32, with its combination of art and a good user experience, shows its brilliance and stands ready to serve the world.

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