The Fedora team recently announced the release of Fedora 34. The latest release comes with various improvements and GNOME 40. If you want to experience the latest release or GNOME 40, you can download the ISO from Fedora’s official website and follow these steps to install it on a virtual or physical machine to test the operating system.
Installing Fedora 34 Workstation
The installation procedure of Fedora 34 Workstation is very similar to the older versions of the popular OS. You can install the latest Fedora version by following the steps below:
Step 1: Download Fedora Workstation ISO here.
Step 2: Run the ISO to start the installing process.
Step 3: In this menu, you can select “Try Fedora” to take a quick look, or the other option to install the operating system to your hard drive.
Step 4: The installer will ask the language you prefer for the OS.
Step 5: Then you should select your installation destination from the installation summary menu.
Step 6: In the installation destination menu, you can choose the hard drive to install the operating system. You can also create partitions if needed.
Step 7: After you have selected the destination, the warning in the menu should be gone.
Step 8: When the installation is complete, you can click the finish installation button and restart your system. If you are using a virtual machine, you may need to remove the ISO file.
Step 9: The installation process continues after the restart.
Step 10: The installer will ask for privacy settings.
Step 11: In this menu, you can connect your online accounts if you prefer.
Step 12: Then you should create a user with the root privileges.
Step 13: You also need to set a password for your first account.
Step 14: After creating the account, you can choose the account you have created to log in.
Step 15: The Fedora will take you on a quick tour to show you the new features.
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