The window manager controls the size and location of other applications' windows. The window manager is built into Windows and Macintosh, while it is a separate application on UNIX. The
wm command provides an interface to the window manager. The
winfo command returns information about windows. The
tk command provides miscellaneous information about Tk and the windowing system.
Management of top-level windows is done by the window manager. The Macintosh and Windows platforms have the window manager built in to the operating system, but in UNIX the window manager is just another application. The window manager controls the position of top-level windows, provides a way to resize windows, open and ...