GNOME is available to install through most GNU/Linux distributions.
Fedora Workstation is a polished and easy to use operating system for laptop and desktop computers, providing an up-to-date GNOME experience straight out of the box. The latest stable release, Fedora Workstation 38, provides GNOME 44, and is available right now to install or try live.
openSUSE is an operating system geared for sysadmins, developers, and desktop users alike. GNOME can be selected when installing openSUSE, with the rolling release version, Tumbleweed, currently providing GNOME 44, and the latest stable release, Leap 15.4, providing GNOME 41.
Arch Linux is a rolling release operating system that provides access to an always up-to-date GNOME experience, and is currently providing GNOME 43. GNOME can be installed directly from the Arch Linux repositories, with instructions on how to do so found here.
Debian is one of the oldest and most well established GNU/Linux operating systems, and it has consistently maintained a stable and reliable GNOME experience for its users. The latest development release, Debian 12, is currently providing GNOME 43, while the latest stable release, Debian 11, provides GNOME 3.38.
Vanilla OS is designed to be a reliable and productive operating system for your daily work. The latest version of GNOME is always included with Vanilla OS, receiving timely updates throughout the lifecycle of the operating system. The latest stable release, Vanilla OS 22.10, is currently providing GNOME 43.
Get the Code
GNOME is a collection of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects. The source code and assets belonging to GNOME and our affiliated projects are available via our GitLab where they are freely available to be viewed, downloaded, modified, and redistributed.
If you have an update to report for any product shipping GNOME (version information, updated links, etc) please post an issue on our GitLab.