CodeWeavers has released CrossOver 12.5 for Linux and Mac which allows to install and run a countless number of Windows applications on Linux.
Codeweavers, the company behind CrossOver and Wine, has released CrossOver 12.2 for Linux and Mac. CrossOver is an emulation software which easily allows to install and run a countless number of Windows applications on Linux.
With the official release of Steam for Linux, this year is already a very special for the entire Linux community. The wave of new games for Linux just does not stop!
The game pioneer and id Software's co-founder John Carmack has already expressed some concerns regarding the viability of Linux as a gaming platform. Now he has published a comment on Twitter, in which he said that improving Wine is a better way for Gaming on Linux than porting games to the OS.
Shortly after releasing CrossOver 12, Codeweavers, the company behind CrossOver and Wine, has released a new version of CrossOver. CrossOver is an emulation software for running Windows applications on Linux. Although Steam for Linux has been in public beta for a while now, a lot of Windows applications will probably not be ported to Linux soon. CrossOver closes this gap and allows you to easily install and use a countless number of applications for Windows on Linux.