Fedora

Fedora 25 Cinnamon screenshots

Fedora 25 is the latest edition of the Linux distribution published by the Fedora Project, which is sponsored by Red Hat, Inc. The Fedora Project supports many desktop environments, including Cinnamon, GNOME 3, KDE, LXDE, MATE and Xfce, but the main edition uses the GNOME 3 desktop environment in its default configuration.

The other desktop environments are made available via what are called Spins.

Highlights of the core release includes Linux kernel 4.8, as well as:

  • Docker 1.12 for building and running containerized applications
  • Node.js 6.9.1, the latest version of the popular server-side JavaScript engine
  • Support for Rust, a faster and more stable system programming language
  • PHP 7, offering improved performance and reduced memory usage
  • Multiple Python versions — 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5 — to help run test suites across several Python configurations, as well as PyPy, PyPy3, and Jython
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The Cinnamon Spin comes with Cinnamon 3.2. Here are a few screenshots from a test installation.

The login screen on Fedora 25 Cinnamon.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon login window
Figure 1: Fedora 25 Cinnamon login window

Default desktop of Fedora 25 Cinnamon.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop
Figure 2: Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop

Application menu on Fedora 25 Cinnamon.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon menu
Figure 3: Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop showing the application menu

The panel calendar on Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon calendar
Figure 4: Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop showing the panel calendar

Unlike on Fedora 25 KDE, LibreOffice is installed out of the box on Fedora 25 Cinnamon.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon LibreOffice
Figure 5: Fedora 25 Cinnamon ships with LibreOffice

The graphical application for managing applications on Fedora 25 Cinnamon is Yum Extender.

Yum Extender Fedora 25 Cinnamon
Figure 6: Yum Extender on Fedora 25 Cinnamon

A popular desklet on Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon desklet
Figure 7: Xkvd desklet on Fedora 25 Cinnamon

Expo view of Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop. The Expo applet has to be installed on the panel.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon Expo View
Figure 8: Expo view of the Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop

The System Settings on Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon System Settings
Figure 9: Cinnamon System Settings on Fedora 25 Cinnamon

List of startup applications on Fedora 25 Cinnamon desktop. Why is a VMware application on that list?

Fedora 25 Cinnamon startup apps
Figure 10: Startup applications on Fedora 25 Cinnamon

There are several VMware command line tools installed by default.

VMware tools Fedora 25 Cinnamon
Figure 11: VMware tools installed on Fedora 25 Cinnamon

The screensaver screen of Fedora 25 Cinnamon. To download an installation image of the Fedora 25 Cinnamon, click here. And if you need to dual-boot Fedora 25 and Windows on a single hard drive, read Dual-boot Fedora 25, Windows 10 on a computer with UEFI firmware.

Fedora 25 Cinnamon screensaver
Figure 12: The lock screen on Fedora 25 Cinnamon

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