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Which version of ubuntu .04 or .10 is stable? I have heard that always the .10 versions are stable than .04 versions. Is it true? In home I am using 12.04 but in office I am uisng 12.10 version. I don't find a huge difference in stability. Please guide me.

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closed as not a real question by Uri Herrera, vasa1, RolandiXor Mar 5 '13 at 5:43

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Flagged as a duplicate a several other questions. Have a look at What's the difference between a Long Term Support Release and a Normal Release? or What's the difference between 12.04 and 12.10? – zwets Mar 5 '13 at 5:02

The stability should be pretty good on either version, although I have found 12.04 to be a little better.

In answer to the question about .10 versions being more stable than .04 versions: This is totally false. The only difference between versions is related to whether they are LTS(Long Term Support) or not. In this case, 12.04 is LTS and 12.10 is not.

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Thanks for the answer. – dulton Mar 5 '13 at 5:05

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