Fedora 22 Beta Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 21 April 2015 at 09:38 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The beta of Fedora 22 is now available for testing and evaluating of its many new features ahead of the official Fedora 22 debut in May.

Fedora 22 Alpha was already in great shape and now Fedora 22 is even better conditioned. I've been running the F22 latest packages on a few systems in the labs for the past few days and the experience has been top-notch; F22 is aiming to be even better than Fedora 21, which I'd argue is the best Fedora (Core) Linux release to date.

You can learn more about the just-announced Fedora 22 Beta via this Red Hat announcement or head straight to FedoraProject.org to get the test release right away.

Pending no more delays, Fedora 22 is scheduled to be released on 26 May.
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