A window manager is system software that controls the placement and appearance of windows within a windowing system in a graphical user interface. 
Welcome. Welcome to my guide to window managers and desktop environments for The X Window System, as used mainly by Linux and UNIX operating systems.
How X window managers work. When a window manager is running, some kinds of interaction between the X server and its clients are redirected through the window manager.
How-to: Picking a Window Manager in Linux. John Browning, @linuxjeb. 10.30.12 ... as well as some of the options you have among the Window Managers out there.
Overview. Window managers are X clients that control the appearance and behaviour of the frames ("windows") where the various graphical applications are drawn.
Crisp up your desktop with a window manager utility. Products ... Unlike the snapping function on most other window managers, WindowSpace’s Snapping ...
Other Window Managers. Here is a list of other window managers I've heard about. Some are no longer available, and some are commercial. If you know of any others, or ...
Desktop Window Manager. The desktop composition feature, introduced in Windows Vista, fundamentally changed the way applications display pixels on the screen.
21 of the Best Free Linux Window Managers. An X Window manager is software that manages the windows that applications bring up. For example, when you start an ...
Project Description You have many windows and some difficulties in positioning them, WindowManager is made for you. Window Manager lets you move the active window to ...