As with the other reviews I have given myself the same 5 easy or not so easy tasks to complete.
1.Configure Sources and Update
I could not find a gui manager for where to select the local mirror , however I was able to find a plugin for yum (Fedora’s package manager) called yum-plugin-fastestmirror.
2. Install third party Nvidia Drivers
As far as I can see there is no gui tool for this in Fedora and to add to the confusion another repository called RPMFusion needs to be added. I found a good guide here on how to install the driver. I know that page is for Fedora 19 but the commands are still the same.
4. Configure the Login Screen
Fedora does not seem to have a gui manager for this task it seems , I googled around on how to do this and the best guide I found was from here
There are some nice features that I like , especially being able to setup a new user and let them set the password when they login, seems so simple but not all gui login managers do this. The UI is reasonably user friendly , even for someone who is not used to it. However after installing the Nvidia drivers the whole system ran too slow and even crashed a few times , probably due to my hardware not coping with the requirements of gnome-shell using 3d acceleration. I had to remove the Nvidia driver and use nouveau just to make the system usable, with using nouveau I had the same graphics glitches I had with Ubuntu and Mint. I find myself using the terminal more often then I did with Ubuntu or Mint. I found that on my system it was a bit slow and sluggish probably needs a more powerfull computer with more ram and video memory then I have.