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CrossOver Linux All without purchasing a Windows license, running a virtual machine, or having to dual-boot your computer. Run thousands of Windows programs on your favorite Linux distros like Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Debian, RHEL and more with the simple installation of CrossOver.

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CrossOver Server was a specialized version of CrossOver Linux which allowed Windows applications to run on thin-client systems. It was discontinued in 2007 as many of its features were present in the CrossOver Linux Pro edition.

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CrossOver is based on the open-source project Wine, an implementation of the Windows application programming interface (API) on top of the Unix/Linux operating system family. Wine is a mature ...

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CrossOver is the easiest way to run Microsoft Windows apps on your Mac or Linux computer without buying a Windows license, having to reboot, or using a virtu...

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CrossOver for Linux allows you to install many popular Windows applications and PC games on your Linux computer. There's no Windows license required. Your Windows applications and games integrate ...

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For this reason, I decided to take the plunge and purchase CrossOver Linux Standard in order to run a few Windows applications in Linux. Upon installing the pre-compiled package, I was intrigued by the “bottle” concept that was employed in CrossOver.

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CodeWeavers also offers CrossOver Linux Professional, which costs $70, can be used for multiple users, and comes with CrossOver Games. This addition includes advanced support for DirectX, Microsoft's graphics application programming interfaces for games.

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CrossOver Linux is based on Wine and implements a native version of Windows on which you can run programs like Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver or any other Windows application that doesn't exist for Linux.

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CrossOver Linux is a commercial product that provides Linux users with an easy way (yet expensive) to install various applications and games that run only on the proprietary Microsoft Windows operating systems.

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I've tested CrossOver Linux 8.0 on a Ubuntu 9.04 machine; installing the app is quick and easy thanks to prepackaged downloads for DEB- and RPM-based distributions.