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View Poll Results: Desktop Environment of the Year
I'll go with KDE again. The two best file managers, Dolphin and Konqueror, are integrated in. It is highly configurable. However the default Kwin runs heavy on my 3 GB RAM box, so I prefer to use Openbox. KDE/Openbox works well with Slackware 14.1, but when I tried to use it in Kubuntu 14.04 and Debian 7, the applications disappeared from the KDE menu.
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
Originally Posted by Myk267
I don't think Enlightenment goes under the WM category. There's more to it than just some window trimmings.
Enlightenment is probably the one nominee that is the closest to being in either category. As it started out as a WM (and without EFL still is closer to a WM in our opinion), we've decided to keep it in this category for now.