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Seven Reasons to Upgrade to Fedora 13

May 20, 2010, 20:32 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier)


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"Fedora 13 is right around the corner. Code-named "Goddard," the Fedora 13 release sports tons of updates from Fedora 12 and some really exciting new features that will have Linux power users running for their CD burners. You'll find everything from better printer support to experimental 3D support for Nvidia cards and filesystem rollback. Ready to roll up your sleeves? Let's take a look at the best of Fedora 13.

"Fedora's focus is slightly different than Ubuntu, openSUSE and some other Linux distributions. The project is focused on emphasizing software freedom and being first to innovate and ship new features. While Fedora isn't the most polished Linux distro you'll find, it's one of the most exciting to use. If you're on Fedora 12, we've got seven reasons you should be thinking about upgrading to Fedora 13 now or when it's officially released late this month. Latest and Greatest

"Fedora users typically don't like to get behind the curve. One of the watchwords for the Fedora project is "first," and that means (in part) being fast to put the latest software from upstream in the hands of users with each release."

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