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swm (the Solbourne window manager) is an X Window System window manager developed by Tom LaStrange at Solbourne Computer in 1990. The most important innovation of swm was the introduction of the virtual desktop. It also introduced a primitive form of session management (restoring programs in use at the time of shutdown) to X.
Another window manager with a similar name is the small window manager, developed for use in systems with little memory and small screens.
- Thomas E. LaStrange (1990) swm: An X window manager shell. USENIX Summer.
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