TWM

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TWM (Total Window Mess) is a window manager for MX-Windows and was made long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, during the age when X-Windows wasn't as painful as it is today. TWM was made to fill this hole, and make X-Windows as painful as possible. It is rumored that TWM was made in 1337.

Uncyclopedia rendered in a better visual style by TWM.

TWM has the following objectives:

  • Must be user-intuitive - When the user clicks inside a window, it is obvious that the window should not raise. Only if the user clicks on the window's titlebar should that window raise. Everybody knows it!
  • Must be small - It should fit in only one HD, there must not be the need for more than one HD.
  • Must be beautiful - Everybody likes the two-flat-color style of window decorations and menus. In fact, this wiki is ugly, it should have also the two-color style.

In addition to above, geeks who created TWM wanted to know if it was possible to make a software lazier than the users. They found it was possible, so TWM has one more objective:

  • Must be lazy - The window manager should not worry about where to place each new window. That would be too much work, even for a super computer. So, the user is asked to manually place each window at desired position.

Screenshots[edit]

At the following screenshots, notice the beauty of TWM, and how colorful and powerful it is.

External opinions on TWM[edit]

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