Fedora Linux keeps getting better, and if Microsoft Windows OSes were not so dominant on the Desktop & Laptop then Fedora Cinnamon SPIN might well be my primary OS.

Announcing the release of Fedora Linux 37 Beta

The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora Linux 37 Beta, the next step towards our planned Fedora Linux 37 release at the end of October.

Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site:

Or, check out one of our popular variants, including KDE Plasma, Xfce, and other desktop environments, as well as images for specific use cases like Computational Neuroscience

I downloaded the 2.13GB Fedora-Cinnamon-Live-x86_64-37_Beta-1.5.iso, but there are 7 other SPINS:

There is also Fedora’s default Workstation that runs the GNOME DE.

For Windows users I suggest getting the Fedora Media Writer for best results at creating a ‘Live‘ bootable USB:

I also suggest, for Windows users, to just go wid Fedora 36 if you’re new to Linux, and if you like 36 then you can easily upgrade to Fedora 37 when they are finished testing it.

Installing Fedora Linux 37 Beta

Fedora is an easy install if you’re familiar wid the Anaconda (installer). Reclaiming the Target disk space is probably the trickiest ‘Thang about the installation. Here are two posts (wid pics) on how to delete & reclaim disk space: #1 & #2.

Probably easier for a Newbie to use an Ethernet connection also.

If you don’t like being harassed by a Linux ‘Nannyfor passwords every time you try to do something, then don’t create a “User.” Just add a “Root Password” and there will be no annoying “Authenticate” popups slowing down your workflow.

Here’s the System Info after installing:


Looking good in this Beta’s early tests!

Will add this post to the Life wid‘ Fedora page…also, if you have problems or want to add Nvidia drivers then that page is loaded wid info.

LINUX IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES – you never know what you’re gonna get!