Getting going with Fedora is easier than ever. All you need is a 2GB USB flash drive, and Fedora Media Writer.
Once Fedora Media Writer is installed, it will set up your flash drive to run a "Live" version of Fedora Workstation, meaning that you can boot it from your flash drive and try it out right away without making any permanent changes to your computer. Once you are hooked, installing it to your hard drive is a matter of clicking a few buttons*.
* Fedora requires a minimum of 10GB disk, 1GB RAM, and a 1GHz processor to install and run successfully.
Once you have downloaded an image, be sure to verify it for both security and integrity.Verify your download.
Need something a bit different? Check out our other Fedora Workstation downloads here, featuring secondary architectures and network-based installation images.
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