Fedora 13 gives off plain vibe, but offers power and stability under the hood
May 13, 2010, 17:03 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The differences between Linux distributions these days
are often so minute, there seems little reason to even review them
"After all, one distro running GNOME 2.30 or KDE 4.4 is going to
look very much like any other distro running the same interfaces.
The interfaces will be nearly identical -- all that remains
different are underlying administration tools and a few variant
choices on the apps that are included.
"That was the conundrum recently faced when turning to review
the latest beta of Fedora 13: it looked so much like other GNOME
2.30-interfaced distros I have seen lately, the initial thought was
"what's the diff?""