Fedora is one of the operating systems that users wait regularly and with big interest. Fedora is a playground of new technologies that will later come to RedHat and its derivatives like CentOS.
When the boot process starts, you are asked about the choice: try or install.
|Fedora 27 booting up|
The welcome screen has no icons, but only a black panel at the top. The wallpaper is in deep-blue tones with a Fedora logo in the bottom-right corner.
|Fedora 27 welcome screen|
Freshly booted system takes about 1.4 Gb of memory, which is way-way-way too much!
|Fedora 27 resources usage|
The menu in Fedora 27 is not too long.
|Fedora 27 menu, part 1|
|Fedora 27 menu, part 2|
The Activities section of the menu contains the list of active windows, if any.
|Fedora 27 Activities section|
The applications in Fedora 27 GNOME only have a Close button on it. There are no Minimize or Restore buttons. You will need to add them yourselves using the 3rd party tools.
|Fedora 27 applications|
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