Openbox is a lightweight and highly configurable window manager. It8217s perfect for lightweight distros like minimal Ubuntu. However getting used to it can be a bit daunting for new users. For starters when you first install it you will be greeted with a black screen. While this can be intimidating with a few pointers you8217ll get used to the setup and will be able to configure it so that you aren8217t greeted with a black screen every time you log in to your computer. Here we show you how to install and configure Openbox on your Linux PC. Related Unity Desktop Review8230 Read more.
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