After a bit of a delay due to security issues with OpenSSL, Fedora Linux 37 is officially out now with all the usual assortment of major software updates.
Their main edition Fedora Workstation, continues using the GNOME desktop which bumps it up to GNOME 43. That along includes a lot of additions like the new Quick Settings menu, more applications upgraded to GTK 4, the Files app got refreshed, the Calendar / Contacts and Calls apps all got upgraded, Device Security Settings and more.
Lots more is new like official Raspberry Pi 4 support with working accelerated graphics, plus upgrades to various programming languages and system libraries as they continued to follow their "First" foundation (where they get stuff in early) like Python 3.11, Golang 1.19, glibc 2.36, and LLVM 15. It also includes Mesa 22.2.2 graphics drivers and the 6.0.7 Linux kernel.
For their other Spins that come with different desktops you get KDE Plasma 5.26.2, Xfce 4.16, Cinnamon 5.4.12 and there's other desktop environments available too.
With this release they slimmed the installation a bit, with Firefox language packs now as subpackages so you can remove the "firefox-langpacks" package if you don't need localization.
Fedora continues to be my go-to system, as it really works quite nicely on desktop. Hopefully my 36 - 37 upgrade will go smoothly but I usually wait a week or so to make sure any kinks are ironed out.
Do you use Fedora? Let us know in the comments what you're excited about in this release.