I want to try a very stable Fedora/RHEL - based Linux.
I learned that Fedora is meant for developers (not home users like me), and its purpose is to stay very up-to-date, therefore to update specific programs frequently, even go to a new system version twice a year. While it is said based on Red Hat, Fedora is in fact a newer, less-stable version than Red Hat (although arguably more stable than many other distros) - or the other way around: Red Hat is based on an older, more stable, long-term and better tested version of Fedora.
I have learned that there are some non-commercial Linux systems based directly on the more stable, more long-term Red Hat itself. One is CentOS: but is meant for servers, not home users. Another one I looked at is Scientific Linux: only it is meant for institutions and labs, and not only came with a very old KDE4 desktop (the risks I have to take), but it lacks basic features like support for ntfs partitions.
CentOS might be the thing, but is there a homeuser-meant Linux based on RHEL-stable, as an alternative to CentOS?