How can install light window managers on OpenSolaris?
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At this juncture i would like to bring up this issues ,of what is meant by a light or heavy desktop manager?
I mean i know that KDE is pretty heavy compared to Gnome or JDE .
But on what aspects are these decided?
Reason being, i have never felt any drag when i use KDE , my system performs just as good as it would if the Desktop manager was Gnome or anything else!!!
The other point is, when we say a Desktop manager its not only about how it makes the interface look better for the user but also how it interacts to various inputs from the user, How the threads are called and so on!!(I hope so)
Does this decide if the desktop is heavy or light?
Where can i find more info on this?