Korora 20 released
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.”