Fedora Core Getting Started Even Rougher Draft

I’ve got a start on the new version of my Fedora Core Getting Started document. Eventually I hope to have this be a more comprehensive thing which covers all the basic applications and how to do some simple stuff in detail as well as making the case why installing a modern Linux distribution like Fedora is actually the easiest thing to do for most people because it includes useful productivity software already setup and program installation of needed software is actually getting easier than under Windows.
In the new version there is also a link to my discourse on keyboard handling under Linux, Why Johnny Can’t Hit Volume Up. I’m very much looking forward to some feedback on this document so I can know if there are in fact easier ways for end users to setup their keyboards than the one on which I’ve settled.

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