Wmmount runs in a 64×64 window, displaying the amount of free space on file systems. simply by clicking on it you can mount and unmount file systems. this is especially suitable for removable disks such as floppies, cd-roms, zip drives etc.
there”s nothing in the program that makes it *require* window maker, i.e. it works great with other window managers. but if you are looking for seamless integration on your desktop, wmmount in the window maker dock may very well suit your needs.