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Running Windows Programs on Linux without WINE

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One more reason why you should abandon Windows.
There are, of course, alternatives to making the switch [to Linux] more palatable. The Windows Emulator for Linux, WINE, is often proposed as a solution for migrating Windows apps to the Linux platform. But WINE's technology is tricky to use and not entirely stable at this point in its development.
 read more | score:6175 | -Ray, March 24, 2001 (Updated: October 17, 2004)
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