03
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2009

How to run Windows applications on Linux, BDS, Solaris and Mac OS X

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winehqIf you are a non-Microsoft operating system user you know only too well how hard is to find the right software for your needs. As a matter of fact, the vast majority of applications are designed to run on Microsoft OS leaving other less-famous platforms without hope to get the same  programs. Don’t despair! If you have got a Linux, BDS, Solaris or Mac OS X operating system, here is a nice free application to run Windows applications without Windows platform!

Wine is one of those freeware applications you are going to love right away! As a matter of fact, it lets you run Windows applications on Linux and other POSIX compatible operating systems such as BSD, Solaris and even Mac OS X. All Wine act as a “layer” (a program loader) and all Windows applications running under it will  “act as native programs would, running without the performance or memory usage penalties of an emulator, with a similar look and feel to other applications on your desktop.”

If you want to know more, click here. If you want to download the program right away, visit the official website.




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