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A Week With Fedora: End Of The Line

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So I’ve been working with Fedora for over a week now, and I have to say that it’s been fun. I haven’t hit any major issues that are deal breakers for me. I’ve fully personalised Fedora’s Gnome Shell desktop environment, and I’m really happy. However, I think it’s time to go back to Ubuntu,and here’s why…

Like I said, I’ve really enjoyed my time with Fedora, but after working with it for so long I’ve realised that it’s not technically Fedora that I’m enjoying, but rather Gnome Shell. I enjoying it a lot more than Unity, mainly because of the customisability of the environment. I’m starting to find that actually using Fedora is getting frustrating, but I think that’s mainly because of my lack of knowledge than anything else.

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