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  • Number one choice, if you grew on XP. It has no superfluous features, yet any I ever realy used in other WMs is not missing here.

  • good C++ WM

  • Great WM

  • Favorite

  • Very nice and easy to configure window manager! But unfortunately it lacks a good (and complete) documentation.

  • Really nice, I have deployed it in a high school. But would like to know if it is possible to display text on the panel (username) like genmon on xfce?

  • Great WM. But no transparency.

  • Really good balance between features/resources used. Good support for standards which makes the WM compilant with almos any application out there.

  • Lightweight, customizable more than most window managers. It can look like anything, and there are themes on box-look.org to help you.

  • Lightweight and full of features. Very easy configuration.

  • I started using it on Dapper (Ubuntu 6.06) about 2 years ago on a laptop w/ 64 MB ram--GNOME took forever, but IceWM was fairly decent. Now that laptop's dead and I am using a netbook; IceWM is still my favorite window manager, and it uses a lot less screen and RAM than many others. (Yes, I have tried FLWM, TWM, PWM, Openbox, and the like...)

  • Lightweight and full of features. Very easy configuration. The best WM around!!!