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Can a 7 year old install Fedora 18?

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There have been a number of threads about how the new Anaconda UI is unintuitive or hard to use. So many that I thought maybe there was something to the claims. Maybe working on Fedora for the past many years and being involved constantly for the past year and a half has skewed my opinion so much that I wouldn't even recognize something being hard to use. So I decided to find a couple people that don't work on Fedora and have never done a Fedora install at all. That is to say, I used my family as guinea pigs.

Now, before you shout and rant about this, I am not claiming this is a scientific study. I'm not pretending this is somehow valid User Experience interaction data. This is is just me wanting to observe what happens when you sit someone down in front of a newUI screen and ask them to complete a default install. I found it interesting. If you don't, then that's cool with me. That's why I gave the short answer at the top. OK, onto my experiment.

The Task

Presented with a "machine" sitting at the home screen of the Anaconda new UI interface, the subjects were told to "install this machine with the operating system".

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