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    Computing<br>
    6.7.11<br>
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    Review: Red Hat Fedora 15<br>
    By Dave Bailey<br>
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    <p class="title_align_left"> <strong>Verdict: </strong> </p>
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      community project Linux distribution Fedora showed great
      stability, and it was simple to add applications onto the
      platform. We had no problem with hardware drivers and the new
      GNOME 3 GUI was easy to use, even though initially we did seem to
      be blundering about. Fedora would suit corporate road warriors who
      would like a combined Fedora-Windows dual-boot system (in case of
      OS failure), or anybody interested enough to see how far Linux has
      advanced compared to Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. </p>
    Full post:<br>
    <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/review/2075505/review-red-hat-fedora">http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/review/2075505/review-red-hat-fedora</a><br>
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