xmonad is a dynamic window manager (tiling) for the X Window System, written in the functional programming language Haskell.

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Begun in March 2007, it is similar to dwm, larswm, StumpWM and other members of the tiling window managertiling window manager family in that it arranges windows in a non-overlapping pattern and strives to make it possible for the user to productively manage windows without the use of the mouse. xmonad is packaged and distributed on a wide range of Unix-like operating systems, such as a large number of Linux distributions, and BSD systems.

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