CodeWeavers Releases CrossOver 10 for Linux and Mac aka the Impersonator
Jan 29, 2011, 23:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"It's Mac in the back; Windows in the front. Gadfly
software company, CodeWeavers, Inc., today releases CrossOver
Impersonator Edition. This latest edition greatly increases the
ease of running Windows software on Macs and Linux PCs without the
need for a Windows operating system license.
"Impersonator Edition also includes CodeWeavers new "CrossTie"
installer, which lets users install hundreds of Windows
applications with just a click of a button. CrossTie communicates
directly with CodeWeavers massive compatibility database
(c4.codeweavers.com), which lists thousands of software
applications including basic office packages, educational software
and highly popular games that Windows-less individuals can now
operate through Impersonator.
""One click on CrossTie and bam! users are set to run
applications on their Mac or Linux machine," said CodeWeavers CEO
Jeremy White, fetchingly attired as the incomparable Lucille Ball,
complete with stunning red wig. "Whether it's the latest Steam
game, some random knitting program or Microsoft Office, we put
Windows' lipstick on your Mac, quickly and guiltlessly." "