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FIRST VERSION — note that F26 has not actually been released yet.

Fedora 26 Released!

The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 26, the next big step our journey into the containerized, modular future! Fedora is a global community that works together to lead the advancement of free and open source software. As part of the community’s mission the project delivers three editions, each one a free, Linux-based operating system tailored to meet specific use cases: Fedora 26 Atomic Host, Fedora 26 Server, and Fedora 26 Workstation. Each edition is built from a common set of base packages, which form the foundation of the Fedora operating system. As with all new versions of Fedora, Fedora 26 provides many bug fixes and tweaks to these underlying components, as well as new and enhanced packages, including:

Fedora Workstation

Fedora Server

Fedora Atomic

Spins and More


You can download the new Fedora 26 starting today! Download Fedora 26 from our Get Fedora site:

Or, check out one of our popular variants:


As always, Fedora is available for 32-bit ARM and 64-bit Intel architecture systems, and select Spins are also available for 32-bit x86. We're also simultaneously releasing for 64-bit ARM, Power (including a little endian variant), and s390x. For these, see:


If you're already running Fedora, you don't need to download or create a boot image. Instead, start the upgrade process from GNOME Software or using DNF System Upgrade at the command line. For instructions, refer to:

Documentation and Common Bugs

Read the full release notes for Fedora 26:

Fedora 26 common bugs are documented at:

Thank You!

Fedora would not be possible without the hard work of the very dedicated contributor community. Thanks to the thousands of Fedora contributors and millions of upstream developers who made this release!