How to make Windows OS software run on Mac OS

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Hi,

I have a mac book with mac OS installed. There are software's like daemon tools that I would like to install to enable me watch some interactive files of which I use on my windows OS laptop but would not function on my mac OS. I would be grateful if there is away around it to enable me use this software listed above on my mac book.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Steven

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How to make Windows OS software run on Mac OS

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Hello,

You can download an emulator window OS in Mac OS like WINHQ. Take this link of official winehq for Mac OS.
And this how to install it :
 
When you download the file extract it to a folder then open a terminal shell and put this command:
 
 ./Configure, then
 
Make depend && make, then
 
Sudo make install 
 
Then to run it you put;
 
Wine file_windows.exe
 
I hope that this helps you.
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How to make Windows OS software run on Mac OS

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All you have to install Windows OS on your Mac to run software like daemon tools.

For installing Windows on your Mac you have several software for that like VMWARE FUSION this software enables your Mac to run Windows OS and helps to run all kinds of software which are compatible with Mac as well as Windows OS.
 
Get the VMWARE FUSION software.
 
Install it on your Mac, after Installing its asks for a partition of your hard drive that is, how much percent of your hard drive to use by Mac and how much on Windows OS after partition it allows you to install Windows OS on your Mac.
 
By using a Windows OS cd you can install OS. Once you got Windows OS on your Mac you can install any software that is compatible with Windows. If you need any detailed info on installation of VMWARE FUSION than visit:
 
Install Windows OS on your Mac

 

 

Run all kind of Windows compatible softwares on Mac.

 

Run all kind of windows compatible softwares on Mac

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