Fedora is an independent Linux distribution sponsored by Red Hat and supported by the Fedora Project community. It provides an out-of-the-box user experience that defaults to the GNOME desktop environment.
On March 17th, the Fedora project team announced the release of Fedora 32 Beta. Fedora 32 Beta comes with the new 3.36, the newest release of the GNOME desktop environment. It is full of performance enhancements and improvements. GNOME 3.36 adds a Do Not Disturb button in the notifications, improved setup for parental controls and virtualization, and tweaks to Settings. For a full list of GNOME 3.36 highlights.
Fedora 32 Beta includes updated versions of many popular packages like Ruby, Python, and Perl. It also includes version 10 of the popular GNU Compiler Collection (GCC). We also have the customary updates to underlying infrastructure software, like the GNU C Library. For a full list, see the Change set on the Fedora Wiki.