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January 11, 2007

ress Release: CodeWeavers Debuts CrossOver LinuxTM 6.0 Featuring World of Warcraft Support

Filed under: linux — tuxicity @ 8:20 am

CodeWeavers – Press Releases

CodeWeavers, Inc., the leading Windows-to-Linux software developer, today announced the release of CrossOver Linux 6.0, its latest upgrade to the number one product for running Windows applications natively within the Linux operating system. Incorporating substantially improved support for many popular games, including World of Warcraft and many Steam titles (such as Half-Life 2 and Counterstrike), CrossOver Linux now offers Linux users more flexibility than ever to run the Windows applications they need.
CrossOver Office has become the essential productivity utility for millions of Linux users around the world by supporting the seamless, dependable installation and operation of scores of top-name Windows applications natively within Linux. Microsoft Office, Outlook, Visio, and Internet Explorer, as well as Adobe’s Photoshop, Macromedia’s Dreamweaver, Intuit’s Quicken and QuickBooks, and Lotus Notes, are just some of the many popular business and productivity applications that can be used on Linux desktops via CrossOver Office. Now, with 6.0, CodeWeavers intends to bring that same reliability to the gaming market.
“CrossOver Linux 6.0 is another major jump forward for the Windows-to-Linux movement. With this release, we intend to step boldy into the gaming space and give our customers a more complete compatability experience,” said Jeremy White, chief executive officer of CodeWeavers. “Leveraging the good work of both CodeWeavers’ own developers, and the open-soure Wine community, we’re now able to offer substantially better games support than we’ve ever been able to before.”
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