Linux Magazine: Window Manager Roundup
Nov 04, 2000, 22:36 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Hammel)
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"LINUX comes in lots of different flavors, from Red Hat to
SuSE to TurboLinux to the "roll your own distribution." But that's
nothing compared to the plethora of Window Managers that are
available for Linux."
"From standalone environments to those integrated into the more
sophisticated worlds of GNOME and KDE, there are so many different
Window Managers out there that we decided it was time to look at
the more popular models side-by-side. So here you go; from the
popular and snazzy Enlightenment to the sleek and minimalist
environment of Blackbox, welcome to Linux Magazine's first ever
Window Manager roundup."
"Window Managers come in all shapes and sizes. To help you
choose the one that is right for you, we analyzed the different
Window Managers based on the following criteria:
WINDOW MANAGER TYPES...
WINDOW MANAGER CONFIGURATION...
- Canada Computes: Window managers: Finding Enlightenment for Linux(Jul 18, 2000)
- Linux.com: Blackbox: Not Your Daddy's Window Manager(May 08, 2000)
- InfoWorld-Window Manager: You may be surprised by my Product of the Year(Jan 17, 2000)
- UNIX & LINUX Computing Journal: Lighter Guts and Window Managers for Older Systems(Nov 20, 1999)
- 32BitsOnline: Enlightenment DR 0.16: The Best Window Manager?(Nov 19, 1999)
- Linux.com: Window Manager Review Part 3(Nov 11, 1999)
- Linux.com: Window Manager Review Part 2(Nov 08, 1999)
- Linux.com: Window Manager Review(Oct 31, 1999)
- Linux Magazine: Multiple Choice: So Many Window Managers, So Little Time(Oct 20, 1999)
- Linux.com: Choosing a window manager(Sep 28, 1999)