Linked by karijes on Mon 21st May 2012 00:47 UTC
Window Managers EDE is a desktop environment for UNIX-like operating systems. Main features of EDE are speed and responsiveness, low resource usage and familiar look and feel. Simply put, a desktop should not get in your way. This is the final 2.0 release, a major rework. Summarizing previous alpha and beta releases, 2.0 is now fully FLTK powered (eFLTK is deprecated) and freedesktop.org friendly. Specificaly, this release adds a new notification daemon, replaces the old edewm with the pekwm window manager, fixes a lot of issues and memory leaks, and more. Grab the release and try it. You can also try ede netinstall, a single command that will download and compile EDE for you.
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familiar look and feel???
by MacMan on Mon 21st May 2012 03:03 UTC
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2006-11-19

Why the f#?k is that "familiar look and feel" automatically means Windows 95???

FYI, some of us have actually used something other that Windows 95 and its progeny or visual clones.

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