"Fedora 10 was officially released a year ago, on November 25th,
2008. It was dubbed Cambridge and it offered the latest stable
version of GNOME 2.24 and KDE 4.1 desktop environments, faster boot
experience (powered by Plymouth), better printing, better webcam
support, improved wireless network connection sharing, better
software maintenance and update (powered by PackageKit and RPM
4.6), virtualization storage, a new security tool for IDS
(Intrusion Detection System) called SecTool and a brand new theme
called Solar. Fedora 10 was also the first release to bring the
lightweight LXDE desktop environment.
"Today, we are sorry to announce the end of life for Fedora 10
(Cambridge) on December 17th, 2009. This means that, starting two
days ago, users of Fedora 10 will no longer receive
security/critical fixes and software updates. Therefore, all Fedora
10 users are urged to upgrade to the most recent version, Fedora
12, as soon as possible."