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Fedora, requires you to be set up an ordinary user account. It’s a small, but nice, security feature that’s long been in Linux.
The login screen, which uses users’ full names instead of their login names, is otherwise straight-forward
Fedora 17’s initial screen is utterly empty. Like Windows 8 Metro or Ubuntu Unity, this is not a Windows, Icons, Menus, and Pointers (WIMP) interface.