Well, that "clock" is just the ncmpcpp, a mpd client. Used for playing the musics that you have on the mpd server. >>2210911
Just changed the fonts on the fly so I could show how low the specs of the computer that I'm running this system is. They're actually the same when normal using.>>2210954
That's because I'm just showing the fonts/color of the terminal. In normal using I wouldn't be putting the ncmpcpp on the clock view. I'll print an example of how I use the workspace where the ncmpcpp and ranger are kinda fixed.
For the lads that are new to the linux world, I'm using an Arch Linux, i3wm-gaps as WM and the rest is personal configuration that you put just what you need/like. I recomend to the newcomers to use picom, as you can give opacity to most of the terminals and windows, and the picom is so powerful that the "--experimental-backend" flag even removed my tearing screen that the old and cheap intel chipset was giving me.
I'll post another print to make it clear. And for those that wanna try some twm, it's pretty good but isn't "super necessary and high productive increase" as some say. But is really nice to have your own shortcuts and moving around the windows/workspaces has another feeling, that's undeniable.
I tried it out because right now I'm with a really low end machine, but I'm buying new parts to build a better one and not changing back to a DE, that's for sure.
Forgot to mention that you learn a lot about computers (actually OS) as you start setting your own environment, so if you're into IT as a career or hobby, definitely a good way to learn something about it.