Rebasing to a new version of Fedora Silverblue

Every 6 months, Fedora releases a new version of the operating system. This is typically at the end of April and October of every year, though this is not a strict timeline.

In other typical operating systems, upgrading to a new version means upgrading all your system packages, however, this is not the case with Fedora Silverblue. To upgrade to a new version of Silverblue a user has to change the image stream that your operating system is pulling from.

Below are very articulate instructions for doing this in Silverblue.

How to rebase to Fedora 32 on Silverblue