Fedora 22, the latest version of a popular Linux distribution that’s backed by Red Hat, has been released. It includes quite a few improvements, with one of the major changes being the new package management system, DNF. This new package management system replaces Yum and is a fork of the same project. It makes use of the libsolv library, which was initially pioneered by the openSUSE project to provide faster dependency management. The release coincides with the launch of Fedora Labs, which provides downloads of fedora that are tailored to specific needs such as design, gaming, music production, robotics, and more.