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Review: CrossOver Office 4.2

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Run Windows applications under Linux with CrossOver Office...
Most potential customers will probably find themselves in the same boat I'm in: there are a few Windows programs that you'd like to have, but not all of them work properly with CrossOver Office yet. The product's license agreement allows CrossOver Office customers to get free upgrades for six months. Looking back at the frequency of CrossOver Office releases, this could mean two or three free upgrades before another license must be purchased. Having a few free upgrades gives us hope that the programs we want will soon be supported -- or at least work well enough to use.
 read more | mail this link | score:5889 | -Ray, April 30, 2005
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