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Fedora is a Linux distribution developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. Fedora contains software distributed under various free and open-source licenses and aims to be on the bleeding edge of such technologies

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Iron Man

@ironman

Many external devices are not configured for linux which makes it a bit tedious to install and use in linux-based systems, there are applications in windows that I can not use in this operating system either.

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Thor

@Thor

The ability of this operative system to consume ram memory efficiently, it does it a lot better than windows, the applications run smoothly due to this great advance, it does not write the hard disk with hidden files, when I am connected in a network, it recognizes the different distributions that are connected in it.

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Iron Man

@ironman

Many hardware devices are not designed for the base of your operating system. Therefore its installation can be tedious.

- Many windows applications can not be executed. Therefore any complex windows document (eg: docx, xlsx, pptx, xps, etc.) is difficult to work

For linux there is a very small number of installable games (which does not prevent that they can be played thanks to emulators or virtual machines.

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compargram

@comparman

I like it Because there is enough information, Fedora has a huge user base, and with this I do not mean that it is the biggest of all or something, but that its users are always willing to help new ones, and you will always find some other enthusiastic user that write their tips in a blog to which you can directly ask any of your questions.

Information

Cost

Free

Developer

Fedora Project

Development status

Active

Initial release

6 November 2003

License

Various free software licenses, plus proprietary firmware files

Price

$0

Source model

Open-source

Stable release

6 November 2003

Website

getfedora.org

Desktop

File Manager

Kernel type

Monolithic (Linux)

Login Screen

OS family

Linux

Package manager

  • DNF
  • PackageKit
  • RPM

Update method

0.5 years per stabilization

User interface

GNOME