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Teiwaz Silver badge

Re: "the system has a more modern and 'flatter' look"

When it comes to Multi-monitors, workspace per screen is the only way to go IMO.

Few Desktops have Windowmanagers that do it.

Gnomes workspaces on only once screen default option isn't too bad - a little limited, but you can leave an app on another screen undisturbed while you flip workspaces on the main screen.

Openbox has a patched version that does workspace per screen (works ok with LXTQ, not tried with KDE/Openbox).

Enlightenment does it

But yes, the most functional are mostly the Tiling Window Managers.

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