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  • Window Managers for X - Guide to window managers for the X Window System. Descriptions, screenshots and configuration files for all popular window managers, along with related resources, including a news and discussion area.
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  • aewm - A minimalistic X11 window manager.
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  • AfterStep Applets - Home of the distribution of applications for the AfterStep window manager.
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  • amiwm - X window manager that tries to look and feel like Amiga Workbench.
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  • B4Step Window Manager - B4Step is a Window Manager running under X11R6 with a different way to manage window banners. It can use OpenGL routines for animations, is Gnome compliant and has also a sound support.
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  • BadWM - A minimalistic window manager for the X Window System.
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  • Blackbox - Light window manager, without all those annoying library dependencies.
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  • Enlightenment - A window manager based on Enlightenment Foundation Libraries.
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  • Evilwm - A minimalist Window Manager for the X Window System.
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  • Fast Light Window Manager - Derived from wm2. Source code and binaries available.
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  • FluxBox - A fast compact window manager based on the Blackbox, but offering more features.
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  • Generic Window Manager Manual - GWM is an X window manager you can program using LISP.
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  • GNUstep.org - Official site of GNUstep: free implementation of NeXTStep/OpenStep specification.
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  • JD4X - A basic GUI windowing environment developed to support the Java programming language based on top of the X window system.
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  • mlvwm - Macintosh Like Virtual Window Manager.
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  • Official AfterStep Development site - Site dedicated to Development of the AfterStep Window Manager. Includes HTMLized sources, daily activity log, and TODOs.
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  • The Official AfterStep Site - NeXTStep-like windowmanager
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  • Openbox - A standards compliant light-weight extensible window manager.
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  • Oroborus - A very minimalistic, but still fully configurable windowmanager.
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  • pekwm - A good looking but lean windowmanager with support for dockapps, tabbed windows, automatic window manipulation, dynamic menus, key sequences.
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  • Pie Menu Window Manager - Minimal window manager that uses pie menus.
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  • Ratpoison Window Manager - A simple Window Manager with no fat library dependencies, no fancy graphics, no window decorations.
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  • Sawfish - An extensible window manager using a Lisp-based scripting language. All window decorations are configurable and all user-interface policy is controlled through the extension language. This is no layer on top of twm, but a wholly new architecture.
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  • Scwm - Scheme Constraints/Configurable Window Manager. A window manager with a powerful dynamic configuration language based on Guile Scheme.
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  • Small Window Manager - Minimal window manager intended for use with small screen sizes.
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  • The Stump Window Manager - A tiling, keyboard driven X11 Window Manager written entirely in Common Lisp.
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  • VTWM - A virtual window manager for the X Window System. It is based on twm, and can be used just like twm. It provides multiple virtual screens, a 3D look, and lots of neat features.
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  • Window Manager Icons Distribution - a project to provide an efficient configurable icon distribution
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  • WindowLab - A small and simple window manager of novel design.
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  • wm2 - Really minimal window manager
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  • wmx - A window manager for X. It's based on wm2, but it's intended to provide a vehicle for features that fall outside the scope of the manifesto for the original wm2.
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