Should I install Fedora 37?

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  • silverblue-site

    website for Fedora Silverblue

    To save you from needing to ask this question in the future, I would strongly recommend checking out Kinoite or Silverblue. With those two it is easily and relatively safely possible to try the pre-release versions of Fedora out. If something doesn't work yet, you can almost always rollback to the current stable release of Fedora without having to reinstall your system to make a downgrade. There is a slight chance that configuration files become incompatible with a downgrade, but if you are installing most of your applications via Flatpak, it is relatively unlikely that this will become a problem for you.

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