Compiz is a compositing window manager for Windows which uses a 3D graphics hardware for window management by creating rapid compositing desktop effects. These effects, like cube workspace and minimization effect, are implemented as loadable plug-ins. Compiz uses small programs called decorators to draw window borders with maximize, minimize and close buttons. The reduction of windows in MAC is very fluid. You can have the same effect under Linux with Compiz. Compiz brings a variety of visual effects which make Linux desktop more powerful, easy to use, intuitive and more accessible for users with specific requirements.
On a Mac, the reduction of windows is very fluid. You can get the same thing under Linux with Compiz. The trouble is that by default, it is not possible to get this effect: the number of waves is 3 and here there is only one. The reason for this is that Apple filed a patent on this feature. There is still a way to do this: edit some system files... This tutorial is inspired by this video
Above all, we must temporarily disable Compiz: right click on desktop> Change the background> tab "Visual Effects"> check the box "No".
Then, install the hex editor. Open a terminal and type:
sudo apt-get install ghex
Press"Enter" and type your password. The software installs.