"Except for the codec advisor, little in Fedora 10 is radically new.
However, if you imagine that means the release has nothing to offer, you
are wrong. Improvements to infrastructure may not immediately capture
the imagination, but fixing and streamlining subsystems and laying the
groundwork for future improvements soon adds up. Users may overlook a
single new feature any time they aren't using it, but basic improvements
are obvious all the time, and Fedora 10 has so many that you can't help
noticing the improvements constantly.
Fedora 10 is the first release of any distribution in a long time that
has actually felt like an upgrade to me. With more hardware detected,
increased performance, and improved interfaces, Fedora 10 is an
unusually strong release, with tantalizing hints of even better to come."
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