It seems every time anyone gets a new computer, they always end up installing the same plugins and add-ons. Fedora Utils is a great little app to help you install those little add-ons and tweak your system for performance with just a few clicks:
To get Fedora Utils, go to its webpage at fedorautils.sourceforge.net and click the link Download RPM Installer .
Firefox will ask you what you'd like to do with the downloaded file; choose the default, Software Install by clicking the OK button.
The software installer wizard will prompt you for your administrative ("root") password; type it in and continue.
After the software has installed, launch Fedora Utils by finding it in the Activities Overview by searching for fedora.
It's a powerful application with a lot of options, and it's not smart to go crazy and install everything if you don't know what it does. For now, choose Essential Tweaks & Tasks
Choose from the list which tweaks you wish to make to your system. The most commonly used selections are:
Add Additional Repos
Install Multimedia Codecs
Enable DVD Playback
Install Adobe Flash Plugin
Install Java Runtime Environment
Install Wine with Gecko
Install GTalk Plugin
Install Microsoft Truetype Fonts
Install Essential Softwares
Now sit back and let the computer work.
Once that's finished, you'll find yourself back at the main menu of Fedora Utils. Select Install Additional Software and click OK to continue.
From this list, choose any software that you might be used to on your old computer and install it here. The most common applications are:
Google Chrome - the popular web browser
HandBrake - the DVD ripper
Skype - the internet telephone
LibreOffice Suite - the full-featured office suite
This may take a while, so a cup of coffee is probably in order. But once it's finished, your computer will be ready for anything!