"Win4Lin 3.0 is a Linux application that enables
installation of the Microsoft Windows 95/98 operating system into a
Linux environment. You can run popular Windows programs at native
speeds without additional hardware or the need to dual boot. For
this review, I decided to install and uninstall the full, boxed
version and then install the free trial version to see if there was
any difference in performance. The code performed the same in both
Based in Austin, Texas, NeTraverse has come a long way for a
one-year-old company. It provides software solutions that enable
Windows applications to be hosted on the Linux platform. NeTraverse
develops and markets a single- and multi-user software product
suite: NeTraverse Win4Lin 3.0 and NeTraverse Server Standard
Edition 1.0. The NeTraverse products use technology developed from
Unix-based operating systems, notably SCO's Merge technology.
Win4Lin 3.0 is great for students or the home office. It can and
should be utilized in a training setting and as a teaching aid for
the Linux-impaired. If you follow the directions in the manual, you
should not have any problems with this software, though a more
complete manual would be helpful. The price is certainly
reasonable, especially for the amount of support that comes with
the product without additional costs."
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