"I've been using Fedora Core 1 (FC1) for a few months now and
have been quite happy with it. It is a good distribution with a
minimal number of bugs (if any) that have caused me problems. Of
course, it took some tweaking to get it just right, but I can
accept that for the price.
"Since I had such a good experience with FC1, why not try the
latest and greatest? Gnome 2.6 sounded great, the new 2.6 Linux
Kernel improved speed and brought more features for desktop users,
and the big plus, for me, is the new InputMethod Switcher. The
ability to enter Japanese characters is one of the few things I
need Windows for. So, I was really looking forward to Fedora Core 2
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