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Korora Project

Fedora derived Linux operating system for your PC

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Korora is a 64bit installable Fedora Remix Live image, which aims to provide a complete out of the box experience for new users, including support for multimedia content. It comes with choice of five desktops, being Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE, MATE and Xfce.

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    Love this distro! Really solid and satisfying experience for beginner and advanced users.

    Posted 09/06/2016
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    I love Fedora but Korora is impressive. Thanks Korora!

    Posted 08/12/2016
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    I was introduced to Korora 23 and immediately installed the Gnome version. What a great distribution. I also installed Chapeau 23, an alternative. I later replaced Korora 23 Gnome with Korora23 Mate. Fantastic, Wow, I did try Korora23 xfce, also excellent, but like a man in love with two women and who has to choose, I put Korora23 Mate ahead of Korora23 XFCE. I will test drive Korora's Gnome, Mate, and XFCE. to choose one to install from between them. Korora, I love that you have released the F25 backend with your front-end. We should form a partnership, I started with Korora23 and now 20 months later, I am using the fantastic Korora Gnome 25. By the way, you are listed on a Fedora Remix website.

    Posted 07/18/2016
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    Always been a fan of Fedora but having to add everything additionally to it to get a better out of box experience is a pain. Korora 22 offers the performance of Fedora with the ease of use of Ubuntu and for most users thats what they need. No issues at all installing, though the done box was missing in the Anaconda install and you end up clicking around the top of the page to finish certain actions. All multimedia worked fine and Firefox supported both Flash and HTML5 right off the bat but Chrome and Midori also worked fine. So many apps included by default so you wont be hunting for much after this install. I used the MATE version which is a joy to use and only used only 200mb of memory at boot. Very nice distro that will serve anyones needs and for Fedora fans who are tired of adding items through the terminal, provides a perfect out of box experience. Developers just need to fix the minor issues with Anaconda.

    Posted 11/06/2015
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    I am using Korora 22 KDE for the past 2 months. It has some update problems. It has no flash plugin by default. So you have to install google Chrome to play your favorite videos in Youtube. It is very smooth and has very nice looks(Bright Desktop screen). I love Korora 22 KDE. Good job Australians.

    Posted 08/23/2015
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2012-07-21

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