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Guess I'm asking for a vote on the best new feature of the new Fedora 7...
Installed it yesterday without a hiccup (as expected) despite my RAID-0 and dual boot setup.
I like the new artwork. So much so I see no reason to change the desktop background. The dream-like balloons suits me just fine
The most noticeable improvement I have come across so far however is the new yumex 1.9.6. This is a huge improvement on its predecessor and it runs circles around the old FC6 version of yumex (already forgotten which version number that was).
So, what do the rest think? What is the best improvement in Fedora 7?
I have a ThinkPad T43 with 2GB of RAM and Fedora 7 seems to be smoking hot. Literally. My cpu is running slightly hotter than under Core 6, but nothing to worry about. I have noticed significant improvements in power management, SELinux, Network Manager,and others. Everything worked right out of the box. Thank heaven Beagle is no longer a default. Package management is better too, but still playing catch-up with Debian. I miss the individual iso's, but was pleasantly surprised when the live cd worked without issue.
Oh. I forgot to mention that Evolution is giving me fits under 7. Hopefully I will get it resolved quickly.