Running Windows apps on Linux might be avoided by some, but the truth is, there are occasions where it helps.
One of the biggest reasons that some folks can’t break free from Windows is the available applications. Sometimes these applications are legacy applications that don’t have an open source alternative. Other times, it’s simply a matter of someone wanting to play their favorite video games. And even though the available apps and video games for Linux has grown tremendously over the years, there are always “those specific titles” that seem to be missing.
In this article, I’ll share some tips I recommend when you want to run Linux as your default OS, but still need certain legacy Windows applications. Yes, you can run Windows apps on Linux – it’s clearly an option if you need it. (Read the rest)