While Fedora 7 will not be released until the end of May 2007, some of the major features for this release are the merging of Core and Extras repositories, KVM virtualization support, new artwork, GNOME 2.18, and the Linux 2.6.21 kernel. The screenshots you see today are from Fedora 7 Test 3. More on Fedora 7 is available in Fedora 7: The Linux Knight in Shining Armor?.
Fedora will be four years old this fall and in such a short time they have made terrific strides for the Linux community. Between Fedora releases there is almost a night and day difference and Fedora 7 is indeed shaping up to be a knight in shining armor. Stay tuned for additional Fedora coverage on Phoronix. Tell us your favorite Linux distribution in the Phoronix Forums.
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