Running Windows Application in Ubuntu/Linux

November 2, 2007 at 1:28 am Leave a comment

WINE, a program in Linux which allows you running Windows Application in Ubuntu, that’s right, running an .exe application in Linux.  WINE does not require Microsoft Windows to run Windows program and it’s available through the Synaptic Package Manager for easy installation.  Examples of Windows programs that run under WINE are Winrar, Dreamweaver, Grand Theft Auto & many more.  For a detailed list of programs, Please visit the WINE Application Database

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