[ Thanks to darkduck for this link.
“Desktop Environment is very important part of today’s Linux
distribution which pretends to be used on desktop or laptop. There
are some Linux distributions which give you only one Desktop
Environment by default, being it Pardus with KDE or CentOS with
GNOME. As opposite, there are distributions which are supplied with
selection of different DEs available: Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora.
“Last week we saw release of freshest version of Fedora,
community Linux distributions supported by RedHat. The most popular
option of Fedora is GNOME, and Fedora 16 includes the most recent
version of it, GNOME 3.”