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My Fav Desktop 2013

KDE
46% (1120 votes)
GNOME
10% (247 votes)
Xfce
11% (274 votes)
LXDE
3% (75 votes)
Enlightenment
1% (34 votes)
Unity
6% (146 votes)
MATE
5% (130 votes)
Cinnamon
7% (177 votes)
*box
2% (46 votes)
IceWM
0% (4 votes)
Sugar
0% (2 votes)
Trinity
4% (87 votes)
Ratpoison
0% (5 votes)
Razor-qt
1% (18 votes)
awesome
1% (14 votes)
other
2% (57 votes)
Total votes: 2436

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