The Difference Between Desktop Environments (DE's) and Window Managers (WM's) - GNU/Linux

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HQ as always.
But doesn't it belong in the Screen-shots, Wallpapers, Configurations, Customization and Xorg related configurations section?
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Nice tutorial NeoTerra. Spoilers don't work I think ? Or maybe its just me..
This is very nice, i get this question alot and i think i will just start to link this to them instead of explaining it myself. You simplified the answer very well.

Also, Spoilers are working for me.
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This site has all the WMs compatible with X.

Great thread Neo
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Add 2bwm to this list, please. :)
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(27-06-2013, 07:35 PM)NeoTerra Wrote:
(27-06-2013, 01:05 PM)theconjuring Wrote: Add 2bwm to this list, please. :)

It's just a list of examples, not a list of WM's :p

Still a list :D