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Nobara 39 Gets A Boost with KDE Plasma and Gaming Tweaks

Learn about the new features and improvements of the Nobara 39 release.

Fedora Linux is a popular distribution known for its bleeding-edge software and focus on open source. However, some users find that it can be a bit rough around the edges when it comes to gaming and other multimedia tasks. This is where Nobara comes in.

Nobara is a community-maintained Fedora spin that adds a number of fixes and improvements specifically for gamers and content creators. The latest release, Nobara 39, is based on Fedora Linux 39 and includes a number of new features and improvements.

Nobara 39 (official edition)

Key highlights of Nobara 39

About KDE Plasma in Nobara 39

While releasing the project, the team outlined a few advantages of KDE Plasma over GNOME, which compelled their rebase decision. Recently, the KDE Plasma team improved a lot with huge updates in terms of complex gaming needs, for example:

Download and upgrade

That said, you can download this latest release from the official website.

If you are running an earlier version of Nobara 38 (which is GNOME by default), and upgrading, read this guide for detailed upgrade steps.

Additional notes:

Via release announcement

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