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The Fedora Project has released version 13 of its open source operating system. The Red Hat-sponsored group said that the new release includes features designed to boost desktop productivity, assist developers and increase its use in virtualisation.
The release comes just six months after Fedora 12, and incorporates technologies built by software developers around the globe, according to a company announcement.
The Fedora Project reciprocates by "contributing everything built in Fedora back to the open source community", the firm said.
Improvements include a smaller installation process, thanks to Fedora's Anaconda installer which …