Updated: 12/10/2023 by Computer Hope
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Originally developed as a fork of the FVWM (F Virtual Window Manager), AfterStep is a window manager frequently used in Unix or Unix-based operating systems. It is designed for the X Window System with a look and feel comparable to the NeXTSTEP graphical user interface and provides a desktop environment.

AfterStep offers a highly customizable desktop experience, allowing users to personalize many settings. It provides features like virtual desktops, application dock, support for themes, and other style-changing choices. With its many options, AfterStep is popular among users who prefer control over their desktop environment. Below are additional features of AfterStep.

Additional AfterStep features

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