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CrossOver 20 for Chrome OS uses the Linux container to enable Windows app support on Chromebooks

Over the past several years, Google has slowly turned Chrome OS into a more powerful computing platform, allowing people to use Progressive Web Apps, Android apps, and even Linux apps. While Google is working on its own means of bringing Windows app support to Chrome OS, third-party companies like CodeWeavers have released solutions that Chromebook...

Wine, the compatibility layer for Windows programs, is now available for Android

Ever wish you could run full-blown Windows applications on your Android device? Now you can...sort of. Wine, a Windows compatibility layer for Unix-like operating systems, has been updated to version 3.0—and can now be installed on Android devices. Wine 3.0 implements a full graphics and audio driver for Android, and can be built as an APK...

Codeweavers CrossOver for ChromeOS is Now in Open Beta, Lets You Run Windows Apps

ChromeOS has had incredible success in some markets in the US, but for power users, it has still not become a credible Windows competitor. Although many Chromebooks are bestsellers across popular retailers, one of the major complaints users have is that they are not able to run Windows apps on a Chromebook. While users can...

Latest Alpha Build of CrossOver Android Released With Android Nougat Support

If you are familiar with GNU/Linux-based operating systems, you have almost certainly heard of Wine. This great project allows you to run Windows applications without the need of installing a virtual machine. CrossOver Android is a similar concept, but it's made for Android tablets and Chromebooks running Intel hardware to allow these platforms to run...