I found this pic when I searched "slackware" on google images, seeing as I am looking into installing Slackware 11 over my RedHat 9 Install.
In the above picture, is that the default theme for slackware (with the dock and the transparent windows)? It makes it look like Mac OS X (in a way), and with the way Linux functions, and the way OS X looks, that would make a killer team on my computer (seeing as I can't afford a damn $1,500 Macbook from apple.com).
Is Slackware 11 equiped with better sound drivers than RedHat 9 has? Because with my RedHat 9 box now, I can't listen to music or videos, seeing as I don't know where to find what sound card I have.
In the Slackware desk on the image's computer, he has little "widget" things on the upper-right-hand corner of it. Is that standard, or are all of these things just add-ins that can be installed on any linux distro?
If this belongs in "Getting Started and Choosing a Distro," then, moderators, feel free to move it, just don't get mad at me. I thought it might go here because my main question was about the dock and the transparancy in the Slackware image.