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slackware:window_manager [2012/10/29 19:26 (UTC)]
sycamorex [Other window managers] Added a link to xmonad
slackware:window_manager [2012/11/26 22:59 (UTC)]
sycamorex [Other window managers] Added E17
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 ====== Window manager ====== ====== Window manager ======
  
-For those who need and/or want a much lighter way of handling the graphical user interface than what a desktop environment can provide, a window manager might be the solution. A window manager basically handles the drawing and the placement of the windows ​+For those who need and/or want a much lighter way of handling the graphical user interface than what a [[slackware:​desktop_environment|desktop environment]] can provide, a window manager might be the solution. A window manager basically handles the drawing and the placement of the windows ​
  
 As such, a window manager will not handle tasks like a browsing files, changing the wallpaper, managing tasks... All of the the preceding will have to be added by the user to customize his desktop experience. ​ As such, a window manager will not handle tasks like a browsing files, changing the wallpaper, managing tasks... All of the the preceding will have to be added by the user to customize his desktop experience. ​
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   * [[howtos:​window_managers:​i3wm|i3 window manager]]   * [[howtos:​window_managers:​i3wm|i3 window manager]]
   * [[howtos:​window_managers:​xmonad_tiling_window_manager|Xmonad window manager]]   * [[howtos:​window_managers:​xmonad_tiling_window_manager|Xmonad window manager]]
 +  * [[howtos:​window_managers:​installing_e17|Enlightenment DR17 (E17)]]
  
  

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