[in the news] Seven Reasons to Upgrade to Fedora 13

Kara Schiltz kschiltz at redhat.com
Thu May 20 16:11:51 UTC 2010


Seven Reasons to Upgrade to Fedora 13
By Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier

Fedora 13 is right around the corner. Code-named "Goddard," the Fedora 
13 release sports tons of updates from Fedora 12 and some really 
exciting new features that will have Linux power users running for their 
CD burners. You'll find everything from better printer support to 
experimental 3D support for Nvidia cards and filesystem rollback. Ready 
to roll up your sleeves? Let's take a look at the best of Fedora 13. 
Fedora's focus is slightly different than Ubuntu, openSUSE and some 
other Linux distributions. The project is focused on 
<http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Foundations> emphasizing software freedom 
and being first to innovate and ship new features. While Fedora isn't 
the most polished Linux distro you'll find, it's one of the most 
exciting to use. If you're on Fedora 12, we've got seven reasons you 
should be thinking about upgrading to Fedora 13 now or when it's 
officially released late this month.

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