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KDE 4.3.1 Bug-Fix Release Now Available

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Published on 01 September 2009 01:34 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE
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One month after the release of KDE 4.3.0, the KDE community has now announced the first monthly point release, KDE 4.3.1. The KDE 4.3.1 release adds language support for Croatian, crash fixes, fixes for transferring files over SSH when using part of the KDE KIO API, bug-fixes for KWin, and a large number of bug-fixes in KMail.

The full release announcement for KDE 4.3.1 can be read at KDE.org. The next big feature release for this desktop environment will be KDE 4.4 in January, while monthly bug-fix releases in the KDE 4.3 series will continue through the end of this year.

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