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You could try downloading an iso image and burning a DVD for Fedora from here
A better way is a "Live" Fedora CD/DVD you can boot the system and run it from the CD/DVD without disturbing your system while you check it out... here.
It'll come with all the drivers you need already there. It doesn't come with Microsoft Office but if you check the Distrowatch web page above you get all the office/image manipulation/mail/browser software you need within the Fedora Distribution. Unlike Windows where you have to buy all the separate programs, Linux Distributions have them included and will update them along with the Linux kernel software as and when available.
Also check out Linux is not Windows.
before committing yourself.