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9 awesome features to look out for in Fedora 12

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Fedora 12 which is scheduled to debut this November has some of the best features ever. Like all it’s previous releases, Fedora has always included cutting edge technologies. In this article we will have a look at 9 awesome features that Fedora 12 has.

Fedora Studio

Fedora Studio aims at classifying multimedia applications into subgroups for easy access. Subgroups already in the plan are Multimedia / Sound&Video, Capture&Import, Creation, Mixer, Output Generation and Tools.

KDE 4.3 and GNOME 2.28

Fedora 12 includes the latest versions of both the desktop environments namely KDE and GNOME. This ensure that you are always kept abreast with everything that is latest. (Gnome 2.28 KDE 4.3)

Enhanced Mobile Broadband

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No go for Fedora in Virtualbox 3.0.8

I wish I knew the trick to running it properly in Virtualbox. It is slower than walking uphill in a snow storm.

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