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This show case show you the looks of Tiling Window Manager with XMonad.

I like the way Tiling Window Manager remove all window decoration. It makes the screenshot looks cooler.

XMonad is an amazing Tiling Window Manager. Its configuration written in Haskell, so you can make a very flexible configuration.


Self Explanatory

Simple configuration in Vim, and manual page.
OS: Arch
WM: XMonad
+ Statusbar: Dzen2
+ Run: xmonad.hs, man xmonad

Self Explanatory


XMobar

No gaps by default.
OS: Debian
WM: XMonad
+ Statusbar: XMobar
+ Terminal: Transparency: 85%
+ Run: nload, nethogs, httpry

XMobar: No Gap


Three columns with gaps.
OS: Arch
WM: XMonad
+ Statusbar: XMobar
+ Run: nload, newsbeuter, tmux[glances,vim], mutt)

XMobar: Three Column with Gap

Source


Dzen2

Running six terminals.
OS: Arch
WM: XMonad
+ Statusbar: Dzen
+ Run: mutt, irssi, newsbeuter, vim)

Dzen2 symmetric


Running five terminals.
OS: Arch
WM: XMonad
+ Statusbar: Dzen
+ Run: (vnstat+httpry+pktstat)+(vim+root+hexedit)+powerline

Dzen2 asymmetric

Source


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