Can someone suggest a stable KDE distro for a more-less newbie user (a few month old in terms of Linux usage)?
I've already tried Manjaro, Neon, Chakra, and currently installing Kubuntu on my virtualbox (cannot do it live, since it's a working laptop, and I need stability there). All of the upper had issues in different fields -
Manjaro crashed the whole thing when it came to VPN connecting - the spinning network icon generally deadlocked the thread, which was responsible for UI drawing, making all calls to it, like "Context menu" and even autohide elements, simply not draw until the VPN got connected.
Chakra - saw that it's latest build was 2017, so skipped it
Neon. Just now updated it and all of the windows started to draw two pairs of control buttons (save, cancel and etc), drawing the second one upside down, on the top of the screen (thank you, but no thank you).
And currently I'm installing Kubuntu to see how it goes.
I generally need something stable, and with a repo, on which I could install without High Grade linux stuff, things like skype (and Intellj Idea).