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A fast and easy-to-use status bar
WinBox is a professional HTML5 window manager for the web: lightweight, outstanding performance, no dependencies, fully customizable, open source!
A completely-from-scratch hobby operating system: bootloader, kernel, drivers, C library, and userspace including a composited graphical UI, dynamic linker, syntax-highlighting text editor, network stack, etc.
Windows alt-tab on macOS
A huge collection of polybar themes with different styles, colors and variants.
A large collection of Rofi based custom Menu, Applets, Launchers & Powermenus.
:cookie: A full-featured, hackable tiling window manager written and configured in Python
A React tiling window manager
The core of xmonad, a small but functional ICCCM-compliant tiling window manager
Tiled scrollable window management for Gnome Shell
// Source : ISO
A modular and extensible wayland compositor
Trackpad-oriented window manager for macOS
KDE Plasma add-on, that tiles your windows automatically and lets you manage them via keyboard, similarly to i3, Sway or dwm.
Modern and functional CDE desktop based on FVWM
a tiling window manager for Windows
A curated list of Wayland code and resources.
Adds window-tiling hotkeys to any X11 desktop. (An analogue to WinSplit Revolution for people who don't want to use Compiz Grid)
You can operate Windows with key bindings like Vim.
i3 + Plasma: using the i3 window manager on the top of KDE Plasma and other dotfiles, configurations, scripts, workarounds and practises from my Debian Sid machines.
A curated list of awesome tools and technology to help you out with ricing on linux
A modern and lightweight status bar for X window managers.
Modular wayland window manager written in rust
macOS window manager with Vim–like hotkeys
Visualize yabai window stacks on macOS. Works with yabai & hammerspoon.
Hypr is a tiling window manager written in modern C++.
Control window layout using Ctrl + Numeric Keypad on macOS
Contributed modules for xmonad
A window manager designed for speed, usability, and consistency