The Fedora Project released Fedora Core 10 today that includes enhancements in the areas of virtualization management, boot time and security. The latest release also includes the Open Office 3.0 software suite. System admins will like the new remote virtual host and storage management features. Users can now share their Internet connections and machines can boot quicker using the new Plymouth graphical boot system. PackageKit, introduced in Fedora 9, has been updated to offer to search for codecs used to play media files when a user clicks on a multimedia file to open it. Other features include improved hardware support, support for a wider range of webcams and improved printing capabilities.