said by spacce:
i installed it a few days ago and the installing was "bulky" in my opinion.. of course though i haven't installed previous versions or CentOS , but I did not like the install at all.. though..
CentOS installs quick and painless. Both are RedHat based, but Fedora seeks a home on the desktop, while CentOS seeks a home on the server. Thus, a CentOS install tends to be minimal, by default.--
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