If you are switching to Linux, there are plenty of Windows applications that are available on Linux, too.
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A new Wine Project has rolled out which is compatible with your Android devices. Learn how you can run Windows apps on your Android device now with Wine.
Chromebook is not meant to run Windows apps, but if you need it to, here are some ways you can use Windows apps on Chromebook.
Ever wondered where Windows stores installation files for apps and how to get access to those installation files and folders?
There are no technical differences between laptop apps and desktop apps, but the former might just save you when you’re on the move.
For those who have switched to Chrome OS from Windows, this article will go over some of the popular alternatives to Windows apps for Chrome OS.
Plenty of Windows store apps fail to do what they promise. Luckily, there are several free Windows Store apps that are really good. Here are 5 of the best.
When you click on All Apps in the Windows 10 start menu it displays all installed apps. Prefer not to have this shown? Here’s how to remove the All Apps option.
Windows has all kinds of amazing features, but there is no option that lets you control how much bandwidth certain apps use. If you want to change that, here’s how to limit bandwidth in Windows 10.
If you miss the classic-style Start menu in Windows 8 or Windows 10, you can now get it back with a lightweight application called Classic Shell. Check it out.
One of the most improved things about Windows 10 is the new modern apps and how you interact with them. Here are six we feel are worth a try. Check them out!
Not everyone finds reading from a computer screen to be easy. Yes, Windows Magnifier exists, and here are 3 more magnifying alternatives you may prefer.
While there are plenty of apps in the Windows Store, a good number of them are fake apps that aim to con your money. Follow these 3 tips to avoid fake apps in WIndows Store.
Looking to run Windows applications on Mac OS X, but don’t want to install the whole Windows OS? Wineskin is your best bet.
Windows 8 only allows users to install apps from the Windows Store. You will need to do a modification to install windows 8 apps without the store. Here’s the way.
Microsoft has always wanted to keep users confined to what they want you to use and the Windows Store is another example. Here, we will look at some of the best alternatives to the Window Store out there so you can have every option at your disposal for finding apps for Windows 8.
Did you know that you can improve your productivity with some little nifty applications? Here are 4 Windows applications that will help you achieve that!
WINE is a great tool for you to run Windows apps in Linux. qt4wine made the installation process easier. Check out how qt4wine can help you easily install Windows apps in Linux.