Fedora Core was the name given to the base Fedora operating system, which is a community supported Linux distribution that is used as the basis of the commercially supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution. The name "Fedora Core" was dropped after version 7, and the distribution is now known simply as Fedora.
The Fedora Linux distribution was created in 2003 in response to Red Hat dropping support for the Red Hat Linux distribution. Fedora can be freely downloaded from its website. Fedora supports a number of desktop environments including KDE, Gnome, LXDE and others.
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