Korora 25 is Ready
The Korora Project has released version 25 (codename "Gurgle") which is now available for download.
As usual, you can find a list of already known problems at the common F25 bugs page.
KDE Plasma Returns
Due to popular demand there is a KDE Plasma release. While it has the usual Korora extras, in order to reduce the work load in bringing this back we have made the look more vanilla.
This new release of Cinnamon includes lots of refinements. Refer to the Cinnamon Release Announcement for more details.
GNOME 3.22 also has improved support for the Wayland compositor. Refer to the GNOME Release Announcement for more details.
Wayland is now the default for the Gnome edition.
This release mainly focused on bug fixes. Refer to the Mate Release announcement for more details.
This release mainly focused on polishing the desktop and improving the user experience in various ways. Several core applications have been updated. Refer to the Xfce Tour for more details.
But wait, there's more ...
Derived from Fedora 251, Korora benefits from Fedora's long tradition of bringing the latest technologies to open source software users.
A complete list with details of each new inherited feature is available at the Fedora 25 Change Set page.
64 bit only, 32 bit users can still upgrade
Over the last few versions the demand for 32 bit ISOs has markedly decreased to the point where we feel it's no-longer necessary to provide install images for the platform. Starting with Korora 24, images are 64 bit (x86_64) only, however those who have 32 bit systems already are still able to upgrade to Korora 25. If you have been running 32 bit Korora on 64 bit hardware we strongly encourage you to install the 64 bit version instead.
We don't build Korora inside a box. We need your help! Bug reports are especially helpful – if you encounter any issues, please report them! Korora is a fantastic, friendly community, and we have many ways in which you can contribute. Please send us feedback in the Engage or log a bug report if you have any issues. Of course you can find us on social media like Twitter & Google+.