Wine 2.0 is here — run Windows software on Linux and macOS

One of the big hurdles for people looking to switch from Windows to Linux or macOS is a dependence of software that requires Microsoft’s operating system. This is becoming less of an issue, however, as more and more programs become cross-platform. Not to mention, a lot of software solutions are web-based nowadays, meaning they can run on any operating system with compatible web browser. If you are someone that depends on software that only runs on Microsoft’s operating system, you should probably stick with Windows. I mean, why deal with headaches? But OK, if for whatever reason you would rather… [Continue Reading]

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