I decided to download the 700MB .iso package and put it on a CD.
First of all, I made a major blunder by writing the ISO file as it is onto the CD - and well - it didn't work (I've never written ISO files before, and Windows doesn't do it natively).
After getting that done, I decided to give it a spin on my system. The desktop is all nice and blue, but I couldn't really use it.
For starters, it took me a while to figure out the network settings. Windows has this pre-configured. Not sure about Ubuntu - I'll try it out someday.
I couldn't find the application manager (or I didn't look for it hard enough).
The LiveCD for Fedora was actually slower than Ubuntu's LiveCD (strange, but true).
Fedora's file manager/explorer is clunky. Have a look at Ubuntu's, and you'll know what I mean.
I read somewhere you can run Windows programs on Fedora without having to use Wine - since Fedora has some other compiler installed. I tried running an EXE - didn't work. I'm sure I did something wrong, but well - it wasn't in the applications menu.
So back to Windows for me. I lost patience that I couldn't do anything efficiently on it - heck, I wanted to see how fast OpenOffice was, but couldn't.
The best part doesn't stop there - when I wanted to quit (shut it down), it got stuck at the blue splash screen. Brilliant, eh? I had to force-reset my PC to get back to Windows (instead of letting it restart automatically).