can run a range of Windows software, but CodeWeavers fully supports the following applications:
0 of CrossOver Office
, CodeWeavers is expanding its support for today's most in-demand professional applications," said Jeremy White, CodeWeavers founder and CEO.
also eliminates the need for a Windows operating system licence or a Windows emulator.
As a major technology contributor to The Wine Project, much of CodeWeaver's Windows-to-Linux programming work is reflected in both CrossOver Office
enables Linux users to run a large number of leading Windows personal and professional applications within Linux without a Windows emulator.
In addition, due to Apple Computer's recent announcement that it will be moving to Intel x86 chips for its Macintosh PC products next year, CodeWeavers looks forward to making CrossOver Office
available for Windows-to-Mac application porting in 2006.
Today dozens of the world's most popular Windows applications, from the Microsoft Office suite to Microsoft Internet Explorer and Visio, Intuit Quicken, Macromedia Dreamweaver and Flash, Apple QuickTime and many other applications, install and operate smoothly on Linux using CodeWeavers' Wine-based utility application, CrossOver Office
Bought separately, the four program packages CrossOver Office
(about $60), CrossOver Plugin ($35), WineX (60 $/year), and MarbleBlast ($20) would cost about $117 more -- a savings of more than 70%.