The year of WINE on Linux

WINE is a tool that allows Linux users to run select Windows applications without the need for a Windows installation. Yet historically, even with this tool, running Windows software with WINE on Linux has been very hit and miss.

However now that WINE 2.14 is available, I believe we may finally see the year of WINE on Linux. In order for WINE to be of any value to an individual or company, it must run legacy applications not otherwise available for Linux users. With WINE 2.14, I think we may finally be approaching that hard corner where we can claim that this is happening. Let me share some examples. (Read the rest)

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