For desktop interfaces, window management has always been a problem needing a solution. From the superbar and Aero features of Windows 7, to the Mission Control paradigm of OS X, there is no lack of approaches to window management. Linux have always been the most hackable and creative of all, and a new app called Notion is just one of the many implementations in the Linux ecosystem that tries to solve this problem.
Notion works with the X windows system and supports popular Linux platforms like Debian, Gentoo, Arch and SUSE. It also work with other platforms like FreeBSD, NetBSD, and Solaris.
* Window management app for Linux.
* Divides your desktop into fixed tiles.
* Maximize windows into different tiles.
* Multiple windows in one tile can be “tabbed”.