Whenever you plan on upgrading your linux distro to the latest version, always read the release notes first. I learned its important it is not to take it for granted, well it wasn’t that big of a problem at the time I thought to myself, when I upgraded to a newer version of Red Hat years ago and I couldn’t find one of the utils that was available in its older version. Release notes tell you what changes have been made to the version and tells you about new stuff available.
Still waiting for f12 to finish downloading.
<a href="http://docs.fedoraproject lexapro dosage.org/release-notes/f12/en-US/html/”>Release Notes
And also, as every software has bugs in them so does every operating system. I do know one software that doesn’t, and it doesn’t exist lol. That last one didn’t make sense, what I’m trying to say is there’s no such thing as bug free software.
Some of the common bugs in f12 , site contains some quick fixes.