Linux Journal looks at
Desktop offering for business and government desktops.
"Prior to using Red Hat's Enterprise Linux desktop, I gave Sun's Java
Desktop System my highest rating for look and feel, ease of use and
administration. As of this writing, Red Hat has pulled ahead as the "best
of class" desktop. One example of why RHEL took the lead can be seen in
Figure 2; here, you can see that Red Hat greatly simplified its launch menu
and improved its desktop rendering. Even compared with Fedora's design and
the last RH public version, RH 9, the menu system has become easier to use
and the graphical presentation has improved.
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