The latest version of the Fedora is out in the market to surprise the users with its amazing performance. Known as Goddard, this device has got inbuilt proprietary drivers in the system. The earlier versions of Fedora have lacked this feature in their systems and hence, one would have to install proprietary drivers separately to start working with the 3D gaming or composite windows. There was a tremendous hard work applied to get the best idea and implementation for replacing the proprietary drivers and the latest Fedora is one of its kinds. After several months of hard work on research and implementation, an open source graphics drivers which do not need any sort of proprietary work has been developed.

Using these drivers working on the Gnome 3 interface and running a composite window manager would be easy. Now, it is possible for the users of Fedora to start using the platform without installing the proprietary drivers. The latest Fedora 13 supports NVIDIA, ATI and the Intel graphics card and the users can play 3D games as well as work on the composite windows at a time. The major result of this release is with the Gnome 3 interface. The user interface of the new Gnome is more robust with several display features and rich graphics. Last year, the version 11 of Fedora had a major overhaul in the software.

Intially, there were some problems with its introduction in Distro and all these problems and drawbacks were taken care of through the version 12 release. With the advancement to version 13, the installation process of the Fedora has improved to a greater extent. The design is very intuitive and provides less intimidating partitions for the new users. The users can make a choice of whether they would like to use the entire partition or to use the partitions made by the operating system. There is good news for the software developers as the use of these embedded proprietary drivers has enabled the use of Python 3 Stack installation and working on the Fedora platform.

The series up to 2.6 can be used and worked with the new features of the Fedora. Not just the installation and the regular files, third party modules are also included in the Python Suite for the open source software developers to make use of. With this the software developer would find it easy to expand to the higher versions of the Python programming. The Gnome 2.30 user interface now is shipped with Fedora 13. There are options such as split pane window in the Nautilus browser which is mostly preferred and considered as the default rather than choosing spatial which was previously the default browser of the Fedora systems.

Fedora 13 had improved face book chatting programmed with instant messaging application. There is also improved iPod compatibility in the latest version of Fedora. New tools have helped in the installation processes through the use of Package Kit. There is also a definite support for the color management and working with the color profiles of the system.