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Fedora Workstation is the Fedora release for general desktop users. It is the first appearance of many features that will eventually find their way into distributions such as Rocky Linux, AlmaLinux, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

New features include redesigns of mouse and touchpad, sound, and accessibility settings; clearer language for device security; and the ability to connect to WiFi via QR Codes. Management of third-party package repositories is also improved. Other changes include the use of Gnome 44, including icon views and previews in the file chooser and added Bluetooth support in the Quick Settings dialog. The general tendency of these changes is to a more pictorial design, as it has been for well over a decade. The result is a well-organized user experience that does not sacrifice functionality and is accessible to all levels of users.

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