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Fedora 18 Sneak Peek

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The beta of Fedora 18 has been released, and here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find in it. This release has been dubbed “Spherical Cow.” Apparently, the Fedora developers have decided to follow in the footsteps of Apple and Ubuntu by using cute animal names for their operating system releases.

What’s New

Here’s a sample of what’s new for desktop users in this release:

Updated Installer
GNOME 3.6
MATE support
Updates Spins (KDE, Xfce, Sugar)

rest here




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