Fedora 12 released, brings multi-touch support, more

By Justin
Nov 17, 2009
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  1. A new version of the popular Linux desktop distro originally based off Red Hat is now available. Fedora 12, named Constantine, brings a host of new software and feature enhancements. Among the new additions include Empathy, an alternative to Pidgin and other clients for instant messaging, Bluetooth audio support, updated package management, more tablet support and a host of other additions. You can browse through a short list using the Fedora 12 release notes, or view a slightly more detailed release announcement here.

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  2. Puiu

    Puiu TechSpot Addict Posts: 1,035   +91

    I've seen how Fedora looks, but i never worked with it before. If i were to chose, i would install Ubuntu. It's till the most popular one and didn't have any problems until now with it.
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