Window Managers: ``Welcome to my guide to window managers for The X Window System. Here
you will find descriptions, screenshots and configuration files for all popular
window managers, along with related resources, including some icons and
textures.'' Last modification on November 11 2000.
Fvwm: Widely used window manager. Some of its variants (like fvwm95
and AfterStep) imitate the look and feel of well-known proprietary
systems. Last modification on May 13 1999.
GWM (Generic Window Manager): The GWM (Generic Window Manager) is a X11 Window Manager extensible via
a built-in lisp-like interpreter. GWM is the Emacs of window managers. Last modification on April 1 1997.
Enlightenment: A new, graphics heavy, window manager for X11. Last modification on December 29 2000.
AfterStep: AfterStep is a window manager based on fvwm that emulates the
NeXTSTEP user interface. Last modification on December 23 2000.
Windowmaker: WindowMaker is yet another X11 window manager. It is designed to give
additional window manager integration support for GNUstep applications. Last modification on December 8 2000.
Amiwm: an X window manager that looks and feels like an Amiga
Workbench. Last modification on April 1 1998.
Mlvwm: ``a window manager that behaves like the MAC-OS.'' Last modification on March 23 1999.
Wmakerconf: wmakerconf is a GTK+ based configuration tool for the window manager
WindowMaker. Last modification on August 5 2000.
Dock App Warehouse: Dockable apps for Window Maker. Last modification on December 29 2000.
Blackbox: Blackbox is yet another addition to the list of window managers for the
X Consortium's X Windowing System Version 11 Release 6. Blackbox is built with
C++, sharing no common code with any other window manager (even though the
graphics implementation is similar to that of WindowMaker). It features small
code size, a fast interface with simple menus, multiple workspaces, and
decorated windows, built-in graphics code to render solids, gradients and
bevels on the fly when needed, and more. Last modification on September 5 1999.