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Understanding window managers and Features of Enlightenment in Redhat

This is the GNOME-pager. The 2x2 grid shows your virtual desktop, with the blue square indicating your current desktop.
To the right of the 2x2 grid is the task list, which shows that gimp is currently running.

This is the launch Panel, which provides buttons for commonly launched applications.
By default, Red Hat Linux puts (from left to right) a help button, a configuration button, a terminal button, and a Mozilla button.

This is the launch button, which pops open a window that allows you to select applications to run from a menu.

Clicking this arrow allows you to minimize the Panel into a small unobtrusive block in the corner of the screen.