Discover. The Korora Landscape
Korora currently comes with the choice of five desktops, all available in 64 and 32 bit versions:
Each desktop version is similarly focused, being aimed at making Linux easier to use and pre-configuring the system for end users. As such, they include:
- Tweaked desktops with custom extensions and configuration
- Third party repositories such as Adobe Flash, Google Chrome, RPMFusion1, VirtualBox and more
- Firefox as the default web browser
- Firefox extensions included (Adblock Plus, DownThemAll, Xclear)
- Microblogging client
- Extensive multimedia support
- Pharlap device manager to handle drivers such as NVIDIA and wireless
- Video editor
- VLC as the default media player
- SELinux enabled
- and more..
The Korora system includes applications for many common desktop computing tasks. As such it is much larger than other distributions and requires a DVD disk to boot from, however we highly recommend using a USB drive as they are much faster.
1 RPMFusion provides software that the Fedora Project doesn't want to ship, such as support for MP3s and proprietary video drivers.