Brad-X: Slam-Dunk for Linux--A Review of Fedora Core 6
Nov 09, 2006, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])
Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
"Microsoft's next-generation Vista promises to deliver radically
improved graphics for end-users, promising 3D-accelerated user
interfaces and special effects that will dramatically improve the
way a user relates to the computing experience, similar to what
current owners of Apple Macintosh systems enjoy. Meanwhile on the
Linux front, Red Hat and Novell have been spearheading the
development of their own next-generation display subsystems, and
Red Hat is the first to include it in a freely released operating
system: Fedora Core 6.
"A line has been drawn. Apple's MacOS X and the free Linux
desktop now possess modern 3D accelerated user interfaces that are
absolutely top-notch, and Microsoft, as yet, does not..."