What desktop or window manager you mostly use and why.

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Re: What desktop or window manager you mostly use and why.

Postby akram666 » Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:30 am

Gnome is no longer acceptable and within that I use Linux distribution, Cinnamon was the first choice. In GhostBSD there is no Cinnamon but the next I would use is MATE and so I have done and chosen it for GhostBSD.
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Re: What desktop or window manager you mostly use and why.

Postby sacman08 » Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:19 pm

I have been a long time Xfce4 user and then have Fluxbox as my backup wm, but I am trying out GhostBSD and I am enjoying using MATE.
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Re: What desktop or window manager you mostly use and why.

Postby Nuklear » Wed Jun 29, 2016 11:22 pm

I use:
1. Mac OSX El Capitan;
2. LXDE on Ubuntu;
3. KDE on FreeBSD;
4. Mate on GhostBSD.
Everything for development (web, mobile and desktop).
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Re: What desktop or window manager you mostly use and why.

Postby macondo » Sun Jan 08, 2017 2:02 am

To me, DEs are out, if a window manager has its keybindings convoluted (read openbox), is out. I cannot waste time going to menus and clicking. Not to mention the RAM waste, thus, speed is where is at; looks mean nothing to me.

JWM, Icewm, and Ratpoison.

xfe -file manager
mirage -image viewer
nano -word processor (save everything in .txt)
scrot -take snapshots
flburn - burn isos (small and simple)
hexchat
xdgmenumaker - includes menus for JWM, menumaker does not.
Desktop Celeron with 4 gigs RAM - IceWM
KISS - Keep It Simple, Stupid
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