On a whim I mounted Fedora 22 (64-bit Workstation) on a USB stick using Unetbootin for Mac.
When I tried to boot Fedora on my Windows notebook the distro loads but is very slow, cannot connect to Internet, about half the apps in the distro appear to be loaded and there's no way to log out or power down except do a hard shut-down using the power button.
This is not my first annoyance with trying Fedora "live" via USB. My old Aspire One (1st Gen) would not run Fedora "live", either. Pretty much the same deal.
BTW after giving up last night I used the same USB drive to run Mint as a live image with no problems.
Any ideas? My Linux "skill level" is that of a casual home user.