Fedora 13 just popped out of nowhere. I can’t say I particularly enjoyed this release but it seemed nicer and faster than the last one. It’s not that Fedora isn’t able to handle stuff, it’s that they aren’t adding anything new to the project. The most I noticed was an icon and wallpaper change. Not even a GTK makeover? I suppose the system is trying to be too much like it’s big brother, Red Hat. Personally if Fedora stepped up the design, I would have no problem fully deploying it on my desktop. So my question is, is the Fedora Project even trying anymore? Why should I use Fedora over any other system? Are they somehow more special than others?
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As a comment from one of my readers pointed out, there are numerous improvements to the system. Although it may have not gotten the same makeover as Ubuntu, there were certainly some upgrades. I did forget to point out the enhancement in the installation as well as the professional feel to the system. I did not feel like I was using a second-rate operating system, but instead one with advanced capabilities. Thank you Rahul for your comment! You’ve shed some light on the project.