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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
My favorite Linux desktop is the Enlightenment desktop. I have been using this desktop for quite some time and have never felt it lacked for anything in the desktop space.
Enlightenment E17 is one of those very special desktops that has a foot in both the window manager and desktop environment arenas. It is, at the same time, both and one or the other. E17 is the natural progress of E16 which is a much more lean and simple window manager. The biggest difference is that E17 offers more in terms of traditional desktop metaphor. But just what does it have to offer? Let’s take a look.
E17 has much to offer, including:
Menus: E17 has both a main and a root menu. The main window is what you would consider a “Start” menu. The root menu is a menu that appears when you click an empty space on the desktop.