Best TWM for beginner?

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  • dotfiles

    Dotfiles for my setup with i3 (by CaptainJack42)

    sure, here you go. If you have any questions, feel free to ask

  • gTile

    A window tiling extension for Gnome. This is the new official home of the vibou.gTile extension.

    If you're using Gnome, one alternative I'd offer is gTile. It's a Gnome extension that gets you some decent tiling features, including aesthetic gaps.

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  • awesome

    awesome window manager (by awesomeWM)

  • xpytile

    Automatic / dynamic window tiling for XFCE

    Without too much disruption to your install, you could try xpytile https://github.com/jaywilkas/xpytile/ within your current DE for a few weeks to see if it works, sort of as a transition if you decide to move forward.

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