Linux Emulation Software

Wine 1.1.25: Miracle, enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux

Screen shot Wine 1.1.25

Turns out a new version of Wine. Wine 1.1.25 is a miracle, enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux. Changes can be found here.

Unfortunately many applications we have in our operating system is only available in Windows version, so many of us have a partition on our disk (or disks) with the operating system from Microsoft.

Wine 1.1.24: Enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux

Screen shot Wine 1.1.24

Turns out a new version of Wine. Wine 1.1.24 is a miracle, enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux. Changes can be found here.

Unfortunately many applications we have in our gustaríaa operating system is only available in Windows version, so many of us have a partition on our disk (or disks) with the operating system from Microsoft.

Wine 1.1.23: Run Windows applications on your Linux

Screen shot Wine 1.1.23

Turns out a new version of Wine. Wine 1.1.23 is a miracle, enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux. Changes can be found here.

Unfortunately many applications we have in our gustaríaa operating system is only available in Windows version, so many of us have a partition on our disk (or disks) with the operating system from Microsoft.

Wine 1.1.22: enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux

Screen shot Wine 1.1.22

Turns out a new version of Wine 1.1.22. Wine 1.1.22 is a miracle, enabling you to run Windows applications under Linux. Changes can be found here. Wine gives us welcome the world of Microsoft Windows, not simply because it emulates its code but because it is a real implementation of the Windows API libraries. But the difference in the technique of "encapsulation", this is translating into 100% all the code for Windows.

For the first time, can run applications running under the popular operating system from Redmond, aka Microsoft Windows, UNIX machines, even without a Windows installation. Although 100% free of Windows source code, can optionally use native Windows DLLs if they are available.