10 of the best Linux window managers

Posted by bob on Jan 1, 2011 2:56 PM EDT
techradar.com; By Graham Morrison
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The window manager is the most important part of the Linux desktop environment. It defines how your windows look, how they behave, how applications are launched, and how they're closed. In many cases, window managers have evolved into complete desktop environments, helping with file management, configuration editing and computer management. They're at the very heart of your interaction with the system, but their best feature is that they're swappable, which sets Linux apart from both Windows and OS X.

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