How to run a .exe file in Linux and Intall .exe softwares

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I have a windows based .exe file is there a possibility that I can Install it on my Linux mint? How can I achieve this, its a software that is not available for Linux but I like the Linux environment? Is it possible to convert a .exe file to a debian version for Linux?

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How to run a .exe file in Linux and Intall .exe softwares

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Hello Christoper C Ward,

                                              Actually Linux does not support .exe format. The architecture does not support .exe files but still you can run the .exe files on Linux with the help of a utility. You can download a software called Wine Software and run it,now are are able to run .exe files even on Linux. You can download Wine Software from here https://www.winehq.org/

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How to run a .exe file in Linux and Intall .exe softwares

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Windows binary file .exe can be installed in Linux Operating System with the help of Wine.

The wine has a project page, click here to go through the details.

sudo apt-get install wine can be used install wine before using it for running .exe files.

To see how to install and use windows programs in mint, search this query in any search engine "installing-windows-software-with-wine-Linux-mint"

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