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The (feeble) virtual window manager is quite functional and can also be a bit of fun. I ran FVWM 1 for years.
The default FVWM screen is very basic -- just a simple blue desktop. Clicking anywhere with the left mouse button brings up a menu with a couple of built-in options, including xterm. You can also move around the virtual desktop by moving mouse cursor off the edge of the screen (you'll find there are nine 'screens' in a 3x3 grid). And there you have it -- simple, light, and very fast.

You want more? Let's put in some window control...
 read more | mail this link | score:5252 | -Ray, August 9, 2005
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