If you like Fedora, You will like Korora too : Review

The Linux Insider has published a review of Korora 23, a GNU/Linux distribution based on Fedora 23. Korora 23 combines powerful base of Fedora with a lot of packages that comes useful in our day to day life, and also it comes with extensively tweaked desktop environments.

In this review, all Korora flavors, ie, GNOME, KDE, MATE, Xfce and Cinnamon are taken in to consideration. The review remarks that Korora is complete success in achieving it's mission of use-it-out-of-the-box principle. Also it helps newbies to reach into a simple and usable interface, beyond enterprise look and feel Fedora.

The Korora Linux desktop is a solid computing platform that's loaded with options to suit a wide range of user needs.

Korora 23 final was released last month. It's a Fedora-based distribution featuring many user-friendly enhancements as well as a choice of five desktop environments. Fedora is the community version of Red Hat Linux Enterprise.

Unless you are looking for bleeding-edge desktop environments, Korora gives you all the top contenders. You can run Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE, MATE and Xfce.

I tested all of these Korora options and was pleased with how each one performed. I focused the "Look and Feel" portion below on the MATE desktop flavor because I was impressed with its integration in Korora much more than in other distros. For anyone unhappy with the current GNOME 3 style, the MATE fork is a refreshing alternative.
Read complete review in Linux Insider portal.

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