While X provides operating system support for a graphical interface, management of that interface falls to the window manager. OpenBSD has packages for button-heavy, pointy-clicky window managers such as KDE, Gnome, and Xfce. These window managers might provide a comfortable bridge between consumer-friendly operating systems and OpenBSD, but they’re not designed for the more hard-core Unix user.
Xenocara includes three window managers: the classic
twm(1) window managers that have shipped with X since the last millennium, and the OpenBSD-specific
cwm(1). OpenBSD developers wrote
cwm specifically as a modern, fast, keyboard-friendly interface.
cwm at login, invoke it in $HOME/.xsession: