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Fedora 14 Screenshots
Traditionally Fedora isn't thought of as a 'fancy desktop' distro. It has always been a trailblazing distro which had been the first to use a lot of desktop technologies used in other distros. Since I use Fedora as my main desktop distro, I just wanted share my current desktop screenshot.
@Acid: Heh, look at my system stats on the left, man! If I can make a system look like "Seven" on 1/32 the amount of its minimum required RAM, I deserve nothing less of applause. My friend's got 4G RAM, a dual core processor, and his seven feels like my grandpa trying to take a leak (slow and difficult to point in the right direction). Again, it can look like anything you want it to be - I've downloaded themes from gnome-look.org that can make my system look like XP, Jaguar, BeOS, Amiga ...
@ Mr. Sharma: The composite extension can make X use a lot of RAM .. something as subtle as a pixmap theme and SVG icons can affect system performance - why not use vi directly, by the way? FBCon gives a full 1024x768 resolution - I sometimes use sisfb - virtual consoles running at 1024x768 with 32bits depth at 85 hertz, I got chills just now #:-)