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I'm normally a mac user when it comes to desktop and have some experience with Ubuntu desktop as well.

For my spare pc I decided to try out beautiful Fedora and I'm done with install and updates.

I was wondering though, is there an app for downloading software like on Ubuntu or Mac? (like apt-get but in visual form to browse and see).

Also, how can I get drivers (proprietary and not)

Thank you!

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You're probably looking for yum. – David Schwartz Oct 16 '12 at 18:14
I use yum with centos server. Is there a desktop version of it too? – Phil Oct 16 '12 at 18:15

System → Administration → Add/Remove Software

drivers usually should be packages as well, unless the vendor packaged in a different form, in which case you just need to follow their instructions.

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