The concept of using windows to manage our operating systems dates all the way back to the 1970s, when Xerox introduced the first basic window manager on the Alto computer. Fast-forward to today, and it’s still the most popular way of interacting with computers — at least on laptops and desktops. Even though it was invented more than 45 years ago, the concept itself hasn’t changed that much, with only small tweaks and improvements along the way. One 21-year-old German student, Lennart Ziburski, thinks it can be done better, so he created his own concept called Neo for what a modern…

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