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On Fedora 25 or later, [application]*Fedora Media Writer* is available in the default repository. You can use `dnf` to install the package.
To install the [application]*Fedora Media Writer* using:
$ [command]#sudo dnf install mediawriter#
Run the [application]*Fedora Media Writer*:
$ [command]#mediawriter#
or in [application]*Gnome 3* select *Activities,* then select *Utilities*, and then click on [application]*Fedora Media Writer*.
On other Linux distributions
The best way to install [application]*Fedora Media Writer* on various Linux distributions is to use the pre-built _Flatpak_ package. The package can be obtained from the official Flatpak repository https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.fedoraproject.MediaWriter[Flathub.org].
To setup *Flatpak* on your Linux system, follow the guidelines on the https://flatpak.org/setup/[Flatpak documentation] page.
Run the application:
$ [command]#sudo mediawriter#
On Windows
Download the latest Windows Installer file from link:++https://getfedora.org++[GetFedora.org]. The server automatically detects the running system and offers you the correct installation file for your Windows version.
Run the installation by double clicking the installer, and then continue through the set-up wizard. The Wizard lets you customize the software's installation if you choose to.
Run the application by clicking on a launcher.
In Windows 8 and 10, the [application]*Fedora Media Writer* launcher will be placed in the _All apps_ menu under _F_. In Windows 10, you can just type [application]*Fedora Media Writer* in the search box on the task bar.
On MacOS
Download the latest Macintosh Disk Image (the package will have a .dmg extension) from link:++https://getfedora.org++[GetFedora.org]. The server automatically detects the running system and offers a correct package for your MacOS.
Open the `.dmg` file and copy the `mediawriter` file into your applications folder.
Navigate to your applications directory, and then launch the [application]*Fedora Media Writer* application.