Fedora is one of the most popular Linux distributions among users of this operating system, but in the case of low-end computers it may cause performance problems. Fuduntu, a distro capable of running on netbooks and low-power computers, was designed to correct this problem.
Fedora conceived for laptops and low-end computers
Fuduntu's aspect and environment are similar to those of Fedora, which make it quite pleasant to work on. Although the truth is that its purpose is to bring Fedora to laptops, it's a distribution appropriate for any computer, specially if we take into account the consumption efficiency improvements that it incorporates. The desktop environment is based on GNOME and its default programs make it suitable for both work and domestic environments.
Fuduntu is very efficient in terms of resource consumption.
Some of the applications installed on Fuduntu
- Chromium web browser.
- Dropbox to manage and store files on the cloud.
- Pidgin for instant messaging.
- Thunderbird email client.
- LibreOffice office suite.
- Brasero to copy optical discs.
- VLC to play multimedia files.
- Shotwell for the management of image galleries.
However, as you probably already know, you can download other programs from repositories, as well updating the latter to the latest versions. So don't think twice and download Fuduntu, as it's a reliable and stable distribution in LiveCD format, that will surely satisfy all your needs.