Third party apps
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Once you've got LXQt running you may want to look for additional software complementing the desktop environment, in particular if you're new to LXQt, Qt desktop environments or even Linux altogether. So here's an overview what you may want to have a look at.
More comprehensive lists of apps can e. g. be found in the wikis of Linux distributions Arch Linux or Manjaro.
The display manager recommended to be used with LXQt is SDDM but any other display manager like GDM or LightDM is working, too.
Complementary tools geared towards LXQt
A number of complementary tools exist providing features not included in the desktop environment itself (yet).
Alternate application (window) switcher meant to be more configurable and featureful than e. g. its counterpart provided by Openbox. https://github.com/zjes/lxqt-appswitcher
Adjust Qt settings from LXQt sessions. https://gitlab.com/Zatherz/lxqt-qt5ct
Application meant to provide kwallet like functionality for LXQt. https://github.com/mhogomchungu/lxqt_wallet
The QtDesktop project is an attempt to provide default applications needed in all desktop environments but written in Qt only.
A kind of GUI of binary
ps and hence a tool to monitor running programs including a way to kill them should they freeze. https://github.com/QtDesktop/qps
A powerful tool to take and upload screenshots. https://github.com/QtDesktop/screengrab
Clipboard management. https://github.com/pvanek/qlipper
Qt-based directory statistics. KDirStat without any KDE. https://github.com/shundhammer/qdirstat