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  • While Linux offers several good alternatives to a lot of basic windows programs, there are some pretty glaring voids that cannot be filled by Linux, and where the performance of WINE is just far too troublesome.

    Win 7 Vs Mac OS X Leopard: Feature-by-Feature Showdown | Lifehacker Australia

  • The name WINE is, as you most probably know, a typical open source acronym for Wine Is Not an Emulator.

  • WINE is a good product but unfortunately it’s not good enough when it comes to daily usage at work.

    Wine supports Photoshop under Linux | Lifehacker Australia

  • His first crack at putting that wisdom online -- called THE WINE EXPLORER -- is broader in focus than simply picking bargain roses, however.

    NY Daily News

  • And if there is that special Windows package you think you still need (there isn't) a utility called WINE will let you run your windows program, but will not allow your machine to be infected.

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  • Frankly it smells like WINE, which is what they used for Linux.

    Daring Fireball

  • There is a Linux program called WINE which allows a Linux machine to run software made for Windows. News

  • (there is a compatibility layer called WINE witch can do it ...)

    Ubuntu Forums

  • Technology such as WINE and Crossover presents enough potential to satisfy most persistent gaming urges, and over the course of the next 12 months, the situation is only likely to improve for Linux games.

    PC Plus

  • Frankly it smells like WINE, which is what they used for Linux. "

    Daring Fireball


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  • WINE Is Not an Emulator.
    /more recursion

    also debatable depending on your definition of emulator

    March 1, 2014