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Fedora and Korora 19s Released Today

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It's been another exciting Tuesday in the Open Source World. Fedora dominated headlines today with the release of version 19. Hot on their heals is the Korora Project with their version 19. With such bounty, how can one choose?

The Big News Today

It was a relatively slow news day today, speaking in terms of usual volume, but the release of Fedora 19 topped the list. Little has changed since our last coverage and, in fact, the KDE live images haven't been updated. This release features the latest in popular desktops, fresh kernel, updated software, and new goodies as well.

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