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Alternative desktops: Fvwm

Jul 15, 2010, 14:04 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)

"This time around, in our Alternative desktops series, we're going seriously old-school Linux with Fvwm. Although using Fvwm will make you feel like you've gone back in time, it still has it's place in today's world. Where speed and simplicity are the single most important desire on a desktop, you really can't go wrong with Fvwm. The only problem with this wonderful little desktop is getting used to the configuration.

"Fvwm will make you feel like you are using the love child of some UNIX desktop and Windows 95. That's right, I said "95″. It's Windows 95 with a few very UNIX features added for good measure. And in this next few articles I am going to help you get to know Fvwm. Why would you want to use it? Because you feel like being a part of a history that is as important to the PC as Bill Gates's brining Windows 95 to the market."

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