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Fast Light Window Manager
Screenshot of Fast Light Window Manager
Stable release 1.02
Written in C++
Operating system Unix-like
Type stacking window manager
License GNU General Public License
FLWM 1.02 Xsession running on Debian 7 GNU/Linux

The Fast Light Window Manager is a stacking window manager written in C++ and available for redistribution under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence.


Features of the FLWM window manager include:

External links

  • The FLWM page at SourceForge
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