While the stable version, Fedora 33 is scheduled for release at the end of October; the beta includes KDE Plasma, Xfce, and other desktop environments, as well as images for ARM devices, with the previous version, Fedora 32 haven introduced Comp-NeuroFedora lab to enable computational neuroscience.
The different desktop variants of Fedora 33 Beta, including Fedora Workstation, Fedora KDE, and the others, will also use BTRFS as the default filesystem.
What's New in Fedora 33 Beta
Fedora 33 Beta includes all the important changes that will land in the final version, for instance, the transition to Btrfs filesystem for Fedora Workstations and Spins along the x86_64 and ARM architectures, and more approachable GNU Nano editor, enabling earlyOOM by default to improve system memory performance.
The default to nano editor is more welcoming to new users, and those who wish to use emacs, vim, or any other editor are equally covered. And it also incudes GNOME 3.38, which now includes a welcome tour to help users learn about the great new features, which offers full of performance enhancements and improvements.
Fedora 33 Beta also provides better thermal management and peak performance for Intel CPUs by including thermald by default, and as the desktop, Fedora 33 Workstation Beta includes animated backgrounds by default as well.
Additionally, Fedora IoT is now an official Fedora Edition, which is geared towards edge devices with a variety of hardware platforms. Fedora IoT is based on ostree technology for safe update and rollback, including the Platform AbstRaction for SECurity (PARSEC), an open-source initiative that offers a common API to hardware security and cryptographic services.
How to Get Started with Fedora 33 Beta
Though Fedora 33 Beta release is code-complete and bears a strong resemblance to the final release, but you should take your time to download and try it out, and make sure the things that are important to you are covered.
You can donwload the ISO image from the official page, with the images of all editions and variants available, and as for torrent downloads, you can check out this page.
As expected, there may be bugs in the Beta, so you should report them promptly to help in improving the experience of millions of Fedora users, with your feedback helping not only Fedora, but Linux and free software as a whole.