Well, thing evolves and get better, or worse. For the Fedora series, it looks like things are getting better and better for each core release.

Fedora test 1 is the first test release of three beta releases before Fedora 8 releases in November this year.

This new Fedora release contains many exciting news: Enhanced Bluetooth support, Helper app promotes Free alternatives and guides users trying to play content under restricted codecs, Integrating KDE 4.0, a new major version of KDE, and to top it off; Improved support for using Fedora on Laptops.

Go here to read the full features list.