Jul 15, 2010

Whats New in Fedora 13

Whats New in Fedora 13: Cellguru
The Fedora Project is a Red-Hat-sponsored and community-supported open source project. It is also a proving ground for new technology that may eventually make its way into Red Hat products.

Screen Shot Fedora 13:

What's New in Fedora 13 :
  • 20-second boot time - from the moment you turn on the computer to the login screen; shutdown times were also reduced;
  • Default EXT4 install - the Fedora team took quite a bold step as the installation now defaults to this powerful new filesystem; experimental Btrfs support is also available;
  • New artwork - beautifully designed from boot to the desktop: birds, wavy ribbons and dark blues are part of the new theme;
  • KDE 4.2 - the latest and greatest K Desktop Environment with all its eye-candy included
  • GNOME 2.26.1 - though there are no major changes, users will notice Brasero as the default CD/DVD burning tool, some minor interface tweaks, improved filesharing, better Microsoft Outlook support in Evolution and more;
  • Xfce 4.6 - many new features make the lightweight desktop environment much more efficient and production-ready;
  • Automatic Fonts & Mime Installer - enabling third-party programs automatically install required fonts, codecs or clipart;
  • Fingerprint reading - devices that provide this feature are supported in Fedora 11 out of the box and configuring them can be easily done through the Authentication Configuration utility;
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