If you've just installed Fedora and you're looking for a quick way of installing some popular third-party software that's not in the Fedora standard repositories, try Fedy. Fedy is an application for Fedora that lets you install codecs, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java, and applications like Steam, Spotify, Google Chrome, Lutris, Skype, Slack, WPS Office, and many others, with a button click. The application can also install some development tools (Atom, Android Studio, Eclipse IDE, Oracle JDK, etc.), Gtk and icon themes, and even perform some tweaks like disabling mouse acceleration, improve font rendering, or add colors to the Bash prompt.
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