Fluxbox window manager.

Posted: August 22, 2011. At: 7:21 PM. This was 6 years ago. Post ID: 1843

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I am using the Fluxbox window manager now complemented by the Tint2 toolbar and the Network Manager applet for managing wireless networks. This style of desktop is lightning fast and sleek. The memory usage is very low and everything is very fast and responsive. That is very important when you are fed up with the memory usage of the Windows 7 desktop and even Gnome 2 can be a little slow sometimes and a change is desired.

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