[Cbsupport] windows executables

Rohan Malhotra rohanmalhotra86 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 19:34:20 UTC 2007

if u want to go the open-source route, 'Wine' is a notable mention for a
windows emulator as it apparently doesn't actually need windows system files
to run, there is a more streamlined version of this called 'cross-over
office' which is more user-friendly and (as its name suggests) written to
run specific applications. if u want accurate imitation from what i know you
can  use applications which will do straight-up emulation, for more info
check this page out:

good luck


On 2/26/07, Russell jarvis <colouredstatic at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear computerbank discussion,
> I wonder if anyone knows any good Windows emulators to use in the event
> that there was no alternative but to run a Windows executable file?
> I am currently in such a predicament, and such a file and other associated
> files are being read off a CD.
> Cheers
> Russell
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