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Korora 23 (Coral): Hands-on with all five desktop versions

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It has been quite some time since I last wrote about Korora Linux (Korora 20 - Peach) and I think that is a mistake on my part, because Korora is a good distribution that deserves consideration. I think of Korora as being "Fedora++". They start from the Fedora distribution, and then add in (or put back) all sorts of interesting and useful things that the Fedora developers can't (or won't, or didn't) include. They also configure and customize several different desktops, making them much more useful than the default desktops.

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