Fedora 13 gives off plain vibe, but offers power and stability under the hood

Developers of the Fedora Project have put together a fine distribution that's rock-solid and user-friendly.

By , ITworld |  Open Source, Fedora, fedora 13

Plus, PackageKit is a pretty easy way to find and download new applications. It's simple interface, shown in Figure 3, is easy to navigate if you're just browsing for an application, and the search feature is fast and relatively focused. Experienced Linux users, though, may prefer to pop the hood and just use yum, Fedora's hyper efficient package manager.

Figure 3: PackageKit is simple to navigate and use.
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