"We also had a significant update from Red Hat and the
Fedora community with the anticipated release of Fedora 10 in
November, which also marked five years of this Linux distribution
that serves as a desktop and server OS and also a community
development OS for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. While it had some
server and administration highlights centering on virtualization,
remote management and security, Fedora also had some nice
improvements for ordinary Linux users. Atop the list as a
Linux-wide trend that may prove critical to winning desktop share,
and this is Fedora's faster boot up time. The Fedora 10 update also
adresses some lingering audio issues in Linux with an ironed out
PulseAudio. Fedora 10 also features an improved NetworkManager and
updated Gnome and KDE desktop environments."
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