Posts Tagged ‘Crossover’

[MacOS] Codeweavers To Give Away CrossOver For Free On Oct, 31st

Codeweavers do it again. The company behind the commercial version of Wine named CrossOver will be giving away free copies of it again. On Wednesday October, 31st, everybody can get a free copy of CrossOver with 12mths support. CrossOver is an emulation layer for MacOS X and Linux. In contrast to virtualization solutions like VMWare, […]

[MacOS] Codeweavers’ Crossover Now With Civilization 5 Support

Wine based Crossover 9.2 now brings Civilization 5 support to the Mac and Linux. Crossover runs flawlessly with Civilization under Snow Leopard and with some minor flaws under Leopard. Prices Crossover Standard (incl. updates for 6mths): 37€ Crossover Professional (incl. updates for 12 mths and incl. Crossover Games) : 64€ Aspyr will release a native […]

[MacOS] Codeweavers Crossover 8.0 Released

Crossover allows installing Microsoft Windows based software on MacOS X or on Linux. In contrast to virtualization techniques like VMWare or Parallels, Crossover hooks API calls and redirects them to their MacOS or Linux equipollent. As of version 8.0 these new applications are supported: Quicken 2009 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Adobe Photoshop CS2 Crossover also […]

[MacOS] Crossover Software For Free Tomorrow

Strange things can happen. With the Lameduck Campaign Jeremy White (CEO of Codeweavers) initially wanted to: “(..) to inspire President Bush to make the most of his final days in office. Who knew that our Challenge would have this kind of impact on the country?” White said. “On the other hand, who knew that the […]

[Linux] WINE 1.0 and Crossover 7 released

“WINE Is Not An Emulator” has been released in version 1.0. Since the first release of a 16bit version in 1993 it only took 15 years to eventually bring version 1.0 to the world. Since 1993 the development was an ongoing process with the help of a large community of volontarily testers. In a Linux […]

[Linux] Wine 1.0 Release Candidate 1 available

Yes, it really is true. After only 15 (yes: fifteen) years of development, eventually there will be a version 1.0 of Wine. Back in the days I would never have expected them to survive that long, since nobody expected Microsoft Windows to be the winner of the operating system wars. Anyway nowadays Wine is heavily […]