CTWM is perfect for my non-state-of-the-art boxes
Using a 500MHz laptop, I was tired of running KDE and Gnome as they just hogged too many system resources. They made my laptop unusable. Out of frustration I launched twm and ran Mozilla and saw a very responsive computer. Of course I need something a little more useable than twm, so after trying many window managers I settled on ctwm. I use it everyday on two older computers that would otherwise be slugs with bigger wms or KDE and Gnome.
You can get my .ctwmrc here (http://www.retards.org/ctwm/)
This is the most important piece of software on my personal website.
I have to admit that I'm a contributor to this
project, but I'm also a user...
You can see the main piece of software installed
on my site <a
you can also see it heavily integrated into my <a
another interesting use of apb, it's my
Having all of my bookmarks well organized, and
having a powerful search makes my life as a web
user much nicer.