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Insight: Which Is The Best Tiling Window Managers For Linux ?
It’s up to you to choose the best tiling window managers for Linux from the list below. We have curated the list of some of the useful and best window managers for Linux with tiling feature.
Which Is The Best Tiling Window Managers For Linux ?
Let’s start our list from this. awesome is an open source and free tiling window manager for Linux. It is considered as a highly configurable, next generation framework window manager for X.
Run the following command to install awesome in Linux based operating systems:
CentOS/RHEL sudo yum install awesome Fedora: sudo dnf install awesome Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt install awesome
i3 is an open source and free tiling window manager. It uses xcb instead of Xlib. xcb has a much cleaner API and should be faster in quite a lot of situations.
Run the following command in your Linux to install i3 window manager.
CentOS/RHEL sudo yum install i3 Fedora sudo dnf install i3 Debian/Ubuntu sudo apt install i3
Tilix previously called Terminix is an advanced GTK3 tiling terminal emulator. It uses GTK+ 3 widget called VTE (Virtual Terminal Emulator). Tilix follows the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.
Install Tilix in Linux:
sudo yum install tilix Fedora sudo dnf install tilix Debian/Ubuntu sudo apt install tilix