My Fujitsu notebook's EUFI and Secureboot implementation is seemingly an incompatible combination with Fedora 24 causing intermittent bricking of the Fedora EUFI entry. It has worked flawlessly with F22 and F23. I don't have the time or inclination to chase this particular problem at present so I have taken the easy way out which still enables me to get my Fedora 'fix'.
I've given up completely with Linux bare metal installation on my notebook because of the EUFI issues (other Linux OS tested worked fine but I don't want to use them long term) and re-partitioned to just run Linux inside a VM hosted by Windows 8.1 instead.
The notebook has an i3-3110m with two physical cores and hyper-threading so the host OS thinks it is quad-core. I've allocated two cores in the VM setup and 4GB of the 16GB RAM I installed. Consequently this has no noticeable impact on the performance of Windows. I can switch back and forth to use both without any issues. Since I used the F24 install media to test the nail gun over the weekend I set the machine up with F23 media and will attempt an upgrade using dnf shortly. Hardware virtualisation is enabled in BIOS and works flawlessly, even 2D and 3D video. The latest version of VirtualBox 5.1.2 contains massive improvements and much better support for the latest Xorg.
It is a relatively painless process to use a VM anyway. VirtualBox comes with presets for most major distributions. I just disabled remote video and changed the CPU cores and RAM settings. I've also specified a dynamic HDD with a 60GB limit (they suggest 8GB) which is deliberately high. I reckon it will max out at around 25GB anyway since that is roughly the space my normal install occupies along with user data.
To use Guest Additions, you need to compile kernel modules which it does for you with an automated script. dependencies needed are kernel-devel, kernel-headers, gcc, make and perl installed. perl was present in the clean MATE install but the others were not.
The VM runs very well at native screen resolution. I haven't configured bluetooth as yet but since I can transfer files from the host to the guest with a one way share as necessary it isn't essential to do so since I can use Windows to interact with the phone.