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Wine 1.1.39 Releasedview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – The Wine development release 1.1.39 is now available. What's new in this release: (Software)

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Bordeaux 2.0.0 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD Releasedview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.0 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD today. Bordeaux 2.0.0 marks major progress over older releases. With version 2.0.0 and onward we bundle our own Wine build and many tools and libraries that Wine depends upon. (Software)

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CodeWeavers Crossover Come To The Light Saleview story

http://wine-reviews.net – Codeweavers offers downloads of its Crossover Games for $39.95 and Crossover Professional for $69.95 If you apply coupon code "ComeToTheLight" this will drop CrossOver Games to $29.96 And Crossover Professional to $52.46 That's 25% off and the lowest total price (Software)

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CodeWeavers Crossover Come To The Light Saleview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – Codeweavers offers downloads of its Crossover Games for $39.95 and Crossover Professional for $69.95 If you apply coupon code "ComeToTheLight" this will drop CrossOver Games to $29.96 And Crossover Professional to $52.46 That's 25% off and the lowest total price (Software)

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PlayOnLinux 3.7.3 has been releasedview story

http://wine-reviews.net – PlayOnLinux 3.7.3 is now available ! (Software)

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Proprietary Software and Linux the Good Bad or Somewhere in Between?view story

http://wine-reviews.net – Canonical is looking into selling proprietary software like Adobe’s Photoshop and Apple’s iTunes within its distribution, Ubuntu. This would undoubtedly be helpful for certain end users wanting to switch to Linux, but is it good for free software in the long run? (Software)

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CrossOver Windows apps without Windowsview story

http://wine-reviews.net – VirtualBox may be free, but you still have to own a copy of Windows. If you’re not willing to shell out a few hundred dollars to Microsoft but still want to run Windows on your Intel-based Mac, there is one more alternative: CrossOver from CodeWeavers costs $40 and runs Windows applications on Mac OS X — without Windows. (Software)

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Spill the Wine install IrfanView in Debianview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – Sure I've tried Wine before. But never successfully. I took the plunge recently, forking over $20 for the Bordeaux GUI front-end for Wine, the non-emulator that allows users of Linux (and Solaris and FreeBSD) to run Windows applications on their Unix-like computers. (Software)

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CrossOver Windows apps without Windowsview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – VirtualBox may be free, but you still have to own a copy of Windows. If you’re not willing to shell out a few hundred dollars to Microsoft but still want to run Windows on your Intel-based Mac, there is one more alternative: CrossOver from CodeWeavers costs $40 and runs Windows applications on Mac OS X — without Windows. (Software)

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Bordeaux review at webmasterfrank.comview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – No, this is not a review of wine. It is in fact a review of a computer program made for those of us who use Linux instead of Windows. I use Ubuntu--a flavor of Linux--on my laptop. I use the laptop primarily for browsing the internet and Ubuntu is a bit faster than Windows on the internet and a lot more secure viruswise. (Software)