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Also I have not really noticed systemd making things impossible to debug. I can agree that there are things that are harder, but there is also stuff that become much easier than with systemd. And in my experience, debugging problems on a systemd-using system is usually basically the same as on one that has no systemd.
I have no actual experience of administering a windows system except in the common personal desktop system scenario. But as far as I can tell, there is little reason to claim that GNU/Linux with systemd would be closer in experience to Windows than GNU/Linux without systemd.
Will it come with proprietary AMD graphics driver?...Fedora 18 had all these useful features, 20 didn't have them anymore.
Just as a small correction, Fedora has never shipped a release that includes the proprietary Catalyst drivers by AMD.
... or is that Gnu/Android ?
More like Android/Linux.