CrossOver 17 – Run Windows Software and Games on Linux

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Aaron Kili

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5 Responses

  1. Tony Rawlings says:

    I have tried this several times. It seems to solely geared for gamers, of which I am not one. I tried to install QuickChangeTab, a simple app with which you can change tabs by using one key of your choice, complete disaster.

    Any Windows programs it does install are all ancient. Give this a miss.

  2. Bill Lawry says:

    I’m intrigued by Crossover.

    Can I run Photoshop Elements 15 or Photoshop CS6?

  3. Bob McClure says:

    Is there a compatibility list? I’m most interested in running Dreamweaver v5.5, Photoshop, and QuickBooks.

  4. Tony Winebart says:

    I thought the idea of Linux was it ran OpenSource software, free with the option of contributing toward development. But there is a purchase price on Crossover !

  5. EvaR says:

    If a program doesn’t run well on Wine… Will it run on this?

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