If you've read this book from Chapter 1, by this stage, you no doubt have become comfortable with Fedora. You've started to realize its advantages and are on the way to making it your operating system of choice.
But things might still not be quite right. For instance, you might find the color scheme is not to your tastes. Or perhaps the mouse cursor moves a little too fast (or too slowly). Maybe you simply want to stamp your own individuality on your system to make it your very own.
That's what this chapter is all about. We look at personalizing Fedora so that you're completely happy with your user experience.
Fedora is similar to Windows in many ways, but ...