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Wine For Running Windows Apps Under Linux

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Wine for running Windows apps under Linux is not an emulator, but a compatibility layer that can run Windows applications on multiple POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as Linux, MacOS, and BSD.

It should not be confused with a virtual machine or an emulator.

Wine provides binary compatibility, support for graphics, sound interaction, as well as support for modems, networks, scanners, tablets, keyboards, and other devices.

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