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KDE 4.5.x Stability?

very stable
61% (377 votes)
pretty much stable
17% (102 votes)
fairly stable
10% (62 votes)
not really stable
6% (38 votes)
quite unstable
2% (14 votes)
crashy as h*ll!
3% (21 votes)
Total votes: 614

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