Enlightenment is an X Window System window manager that allows for configuration of its functionality and its appearance. It supports themes, so you can change the look and feel.
An interesting project, wm2 and wmx are more of someone sticking to their philosophy. There are no icons, no launchpad, nothing to configure whatsoever.
A small, simple yet user-friendly desktop.GNU Light Desktop is window-manager independent and provides only a panel, which is used for launching applications from popup menus.Although GLD doesn t...
This is a window manager for diehard Amiga lovers. Emulating the look of the Amiga Workbench, the program supports multiple desktops that can be dragged up and down, just like on the Amiga.The only...
A graphical menu editor for IceWM, written in Python and GTK+
Blackhome provides a way to use blackbox themes with associated default resource files for customization ofapplications; each theme has its own specific application resources, extending the theme...
Mlvwm is a window manager for X11 designed to look and feel like a Macintosh interface. It supports multiple desktops, separate menu bars for separate applications, and more.
The first Turk window manager.
B4Step is a step-like Window Manager running under X11R6. It features a new, innovative way to manage window banners and the use of XPM, GIF, JPEG and PNG files for graphic themes.
This is a Clip applet for GNOME that is similar to the Clip in Window Maker. It has arrows to switch between workspaces, a menu listing the workspaces, and it supports workspace names in Sawfish.
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