Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Fedora 17 Beta now available

With some delay over the original project timelines, Fedora 17 Beta becomes available two weeks after its intended release date. Those interested in getting a fresh taste of the latest from this distro should get a fairly stable experience out of it, as is usually the case with Fedora Betas. Needless to say, I mean stable for testing purposes, as in getting a taste of Beefy Miracle without the hassle of getting a crash every 5 minutes, certainly not stable as in finished-product-stable.

For further details on this Beta release, please check the OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. For more information about Fedora 17 features, check my post HERE.

1 comment:

  1. I haven't yet tried the beta but the alpha release was unbelievably resource heavy and slow. I've got a fairly hefty 2011 Dell laptop and it was using 30% CPU at idle! Didn't bother looking what was driving it but just went straight back to F16.

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