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~The Desktop Environment is the graphical user interface that a person uses to interact with a computer. It sits above the [[WindowManagers Window Manger]] level. If you imagine a computer system as a series of layers it would look something like this:
~~-//Hardware < Operating System < Window System < Window Manager < **Desktop Environment**//
~In most Puppies the default is: (JWM or ""Openbox"" act as the desktop environment)
~~-//Hardware < Linux < X Windows < [[JWM]] or [[OpenBox]]//
==Also on the wiki==
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The Desktop Environment is the graphical user interface that a person uses to interact with a computer. It sits above the [[WindowManagers Window Manger]] level. If you imagine a computer system as a series of layers it would look something like this:
//Hardware < Operating System < Window System < Window Manager < **Desktop Environment**//
in most Puppies the default is-
//Hardware < Linux < X Windows < [[JWM]] or [[OpenBox]]//
(the window managers JWM or ""Openbox"" act as the desktop environment in many Puppy versions.)
==Also see==


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[[Xfce]]- Fully featured lightweight desktop environment.
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~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=73612 Trinity 3.5.15 thread]]


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The Desktop Environment is the graphical user interface that a person uses to interact with a computer. It sits above the [[WindowManagers Window Manger]] level. If you imagine a computer system as a series of layers it would look something like this:
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The Desktop Environment is the graphical user interface that a person uses to interact with a computer. It sits above the [[WindowMangers Window Manger]] level. If you imagine a computer system as a series of layers it would look something like this:


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The Desktop Environment is the graphical user interface that a person uses to interact with a computer. It sits above the [[WindowMangers Window Manger]] level. If you imagine a computer system as a series of layers it would look something like this:
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The desktop environment is the graphical user interface that a person uses to interact with a computer. If you imagine a computer system as a series of layers it would look something like this:


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Edited on 2011-12-01 13:41:12 by darkcity [tidy]
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//Hardware < Linux < X Windows < [[JWM]] or [[OpenBox]]//
(the window managers JWM or ""Openbox"" act as the desktop environment in many Puppy versions.)
==Forum Pages==
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=1100133427&t=29540 EDE forum page]]
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=657395295&t=27864 GNOME forum page]]
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=657395295&t=26151 KDE forum page]]
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=32049 LXDE forum page]]
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=39637 XFCE forum page]]
[[WindowManagersEffects Window Managers with Special Effects]]
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Hardware < Linux < X Windows < [[JWM]] or [[OpenBox]]
(the window manager JWM or ""Openbox"" act as the desktop environment)


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(the window manager JWM or ""Openbox"" act as the desktop environment)
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(the window manager acts as the desktop environment)


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Edited on 2011-12-01 13:29:04 by darkcity [trinity tidy]
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[[HomePage]] > [[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[GuiIndex GUI]] > [[DesktopEnvironments]]
//Hardware < Operating System < Window System < Window Manager < **Desktop Environment**//
in most Puppies the default is-
Hardware < Linux < X Windows < [[JWM]] or [[OpenBox]]
(the window manager acts as the desktop environment)
[[EDE]]
[[GNOME]]
[[KDE]]
[[LXDE]]
[[Trinity]]
[[Xfce]]
[[WindowManagers Window Managers]]
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Hardware < Operating System < Window System < Window Manager < Desktop Environment
for Puppy the default is (the window manager acts as the desktop environment)
Hardware < Linux < X Windows < [[JWM]]
[[Xfce]]
[[KDE]]
[[GNOME]]
[[EDE]]
[[LXDE]]
[[WindowManagers Window Managers]]


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