Simple as that. Switch to terminal and learn how to use it. It is a must have in Linux.
sudo apt install nameofthewm
Change name of the app to the name of the Windows Manager you want to install.
If you want to remove WM. Switch to Pantheon and type:
sudo apt remove --purge nameofthewm
You can select any other UI from the menus:
view -> user interface
If you're more of a ribborn UI style, the select the tabbed UI, on the other hand I just selected the white background under tools -> options -> customization to have a more "cleaner" buttons layout.
I just found this with a little google search it explains:
How to install docker adding a repositiory.
How to install the verion that ubuntu/elementary has
How to run docker.
Hope it helps:
Theoretically yes you could, but doing so would completely defeat the point of elementary OS, and it could potentially break things.
If you want the Deepin DE you're better off just using the Deepin OS or something like Ubuntu DDE Remix.
You can use xrandr cli-tool for that.
Open Terminal by ⌘ + T
Type xrandr to see available screen modes
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 800 x 600, maximum 16384 x 16384
VGA-1 connected primary 800x600+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 0mm x 0mm
1920x962 60.00 +
2560x1600 59.99 59.97