Originally Posted by proton007
In some ways I agree with you. Its much more comfortable to be able to use the keyboard most of the time, they're really good for working, and these WMs are fast.
I have openbox on my laptop to keep things light, but I use KDE on my desktop because hardware wise its pretty capable.
KDE is fantastic; functional, configurable, and oh so pretty. Desktop integration is one of the best implementations I've seen. It's what spurred me to try and learn Qt, that uniform look.
Most of the apps I actually use is GTK based, so I have to stick with XFCE on the desktop for the prettier integration. Every DE I touch seems to magically transform into something based on the keyboard though. Currently trying MonsterWM on a VM, but I think I may have to stick with dwm. It just feels minimal, but not for the sake of being as minimal as possible. i3, xmonad, and spectwm are just so fun to mess with as well!
Has anyone actually tried Steam for Linux? Had to replace an old machine with a decent rig (first time having modern, up-to-date hardware in years) so maybe I'll try that gaming thing again.