Wine allows OS X users to run Windows applications.
Wine Run Windows Applications
This product (originally an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is a match ups or pair off or join layer capable of working Windows applications. The wine run has capability to work on different or several Portable Operating System Interface based on UNIX (POSIX) compliant operating systems. For example Linux, OS X, and BSD. Rather than affecting only on the interior Windows logic like a virtual machine or emulator. It is very helpful to translates Windows Academic Performance Index into Portable Operating System Interface based on UNIX. It provides help in eliminating or terminating the poor performance and memory penalties of other methods. This help in allowing you to clearly or cleanly integrate or coordinate Windows applications into your desktop.
Wines has actually been around since 1993, so that it is possible to perform Windows software on Apple hardware and Linux-powered computers. With its latest update, that same feature is expanding to Android, though there are several limitations to what it can perform.
- Fix a regression introduced in 1.8.5 (#41627)
- Various bug fixes.
- A few more cards added to the GPU description table.
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.6