Fedora 14 "Laughlin" released
The Fedora Project has announced the release of the its Fedora 14 Linux distribution, code named "Laughlin" after physicist Robert B. Laughlin. Like its predecessor, the new release features not only updated software, new features and a revised look, but also incorporates a range of technical improvements. The latest version of Fedora has cloud aspirations, decodes jpg files faster, includes SPICE – a useful protocol for virtualising desktop PCs, and contains numerous enhancements of interest to developers.
More information about the release can be found in the official release announcement, in a press release from Red Hat and in the release notes. Fedora 14 is available to download for 32 and 64-bit systems from the project's site.
Further details on the many new features in Fedora 14 are available in a feature article from The H Open tittled, "What's new in Fedora 14". Features on the two previous editions of Fedora are listed below.