Petreley: "Window-managers 101: The desktop beyond GNOME and KDE
Nicholas Petreley explores desktop Linux beyond GNOME and KDE. In this column, he examines and compares several window-managers,
detailing which of these applications is best for different types of users. (1,800 words)
July 9, 2002
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Many of my most recent columns have speculated
exclusively on GNOME and KDE as if they're the
only realistic choices for Linux or UNIX desktops.
Nothing could be further from the truth. There are
dozens of window managers available for X11,
which is the most common foundation for graphical
applications on UNIX." More at LinuxWorld.