Executing Microsoft Windows Applications in Linux based Operating Systems

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Some applications in windows require Directx most of these are computer games. Is there any way to run these applications without using Directx or another alternative that would make them work in Linux based operating systems? If there a way then is there a chance it will affect the application's performance?

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Executing Microsoft Windows Applications in Linux based Operating Systems

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Yes you can run windows application on Linux without any loss of efficiency. To run applications in Linux do as follows.

1. Install the Synaptic manager on your PC and use it to install Wine. If you have already installed Wine then there is no need to do this step.

2. After installing Wine open it.

Run Application on Linux

3. The Wine file browser will appear.

4. Now go to the directory from where you want to install the application

5. Double click on the application. Installation will begin

6. After the installation is complete close the installation wizard.

7. Now in Wine browser navigate where you have installed the application and run it.

It’s working. Enjoy.

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