WMgMon is a generic monitor applet for WindowMaker and Afterstep. It can display CPU, I/O, memory, and swap usage, as WMMon does. It can also display the result of other programs, as WMScript does. The result can be displayed as a gauge, a histogram, a percentage, a number, or any combination of those. WMgMon's advantage is that it lets you configure what's displayed in its configuration file so that you can tailor it to your preferences and easily extend it by adding new monitoring functions and new scripts.
WMixer is a complete OSS mixer solution in dockapp form factor. All channels are supported, stereo channels balance can be adjusted, and main recording source can be set. Volume can also be adjusted using the mousewheel on newer mice, the mixer automatically updates if another program changes mixer channels, and it uses very little CPU time. There is also an "On-Screen-Display" feature to visualize current volume using a TV-like volume bar.
WMLmMon is a system health monitoring applet for WindowMaker, which uses a kernel module to read the status of lm78/75 chips on most current motherboards. WMLmMon displays current CPU and motherboard temperature on systems equipped with such sensors. It has been successfully tested on the Supermicro p6dls board.
wmmenu is a "dock application" for Windowmaker that provides a button bar to launch applications from. The bar opens automatically when the mouse enters the button. Multiple instances of the program can run at the same time; each one provides a menu that it reads from a separate file, so you can have as many different menus as you want.