Korora 20 re­leased

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For all the Fe­dora fans out there who want to try their hands at some­thing ‘ex­tra’, Korora 20 is an op­tion. The 20th edi­tion of Korora, a Fe­dora-based dis­tri­bu­tion, has ar­rived with some ex­tra tweaks and fea­tures. The dis­tro makes the sys­tem work out-of-the-box. It pro­vides an easy-to-use sys­tem for gen­eral com­put­ing.

Dubbed as Peach, Korora 20 is based on Fe­dora 20 Heisen­berg. This ver­sion of Korora is sta­ble as the de­vel­op­ers of the dis­tro have closely fol­lowed the Fe­dora 20 cy­cle. Korora 20 comes with a choice of five ver­sions of desk­top en­vi­ron­ments in­clud­ing GNOME, MATE, KDE, Cin­na­mon and Xfce. Some de­fault ap­pli­ca­tions added in the dis­tro are Adobe Flash, Google Chrome, Google Earth, RPMFu­sion and Vir­tu­alBox.

Mak­ing the of­fi­cial an­nounce­ment on Korora 20, the de­vel­op­ers said, “This re­lease is backed by a sig­nif­i­cant amount of work by the team and com­mu­nity to bring not two but ‘five desk­tops’ that have been shaped for a gen­uine Korora ex­pe­ri­ence. The ad­di­tions of Cin­na­mon, MATE and Xfce rep­re­sent the growth of our com­mu­nity and its con­tri­bu­tions. Thank you to all who have contributed to make this pos­si­ble.”

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