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Using IceWM


A long, meaty article covering a lot of configuration issues, installation, and use of IceWM.
IceWM is a lightweight window manger for Linux. Equipped with IceWM, my son's 150Mhz Pentium runs quite reasonably. If he ran KDE or Gnome, his box would take 5 to 10 minutes just to boot, and would experience all sorts of slowdowns, crashes and hangs. But he uses IceWM, so performance is reasonable.
 read more | score:4599 | -Ray, September 6, 2002
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