Fedora 10 “Cambridge” ships!

Last Wednesday, just in time to give thanks, the five-year-old Fedora Project released their 10th version, code-named Cambridge. Fedora 10 has all the latest goodies: a very improved wireless networking tool, far better Java support, and a slew of features they list here. I was very impressed with the new version upgrade features: I was able to download a single “pre-upgrade” package and run it to convert my Fedora 9 installation on my ThinkPad T61 to a Fedora 10. Over at the Linux Format website, Andy Hudson reviews the new release and concludes, “If you’ve not tried Fedora, or have moved away from it in the past then you should definitely take a look…”

Jump on the bandwagon and check out the new Fedora 10 here

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