Linux users can use Steam Play to play Windows games, but not every game will work. Here is how to get troublesome Steam games to work on Linux.
One of the easier ways to play Blu-ray on Linux is to use Windows software through Wine. Learn how you can use Lutris to play Blu-ray on Linux.
The Witcher game is available for Windows, PlayStation, and Xbox, but Linux users were left out in the cold. Here’s how you can play the Witcher 3 on Linux.
Apple has never created a build of Safari on Linux, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it. Here is how you can install Safari on Linux.
In 2020, we finally have some dependable methods to play Windows games on Linux. Here are some of the best options for Linux gaming.
Wine is designed to allow the running of Windows software on Linux without massive performance penalties. Here’s how to install Wine on Linux.
League of Legends is an extremely popular MoBA game, but it isn’t available for Linux. Learn how to install and run it on Linux with Lutris.
iTunes is the primary way that Apple users use to access their music, but it is not available for Linux. Learn how you can access your Apple Music in your Linux machine.
World of Warcraft is still easily the most popular MMORPG. Learn how to install and play World of Warcraft on Ubuntu.
When running Wine on Android, the missing keyboard is probably one of the most deterring.
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.
Installing Windows games on Linux has always been a tricky endeavor. Winepak changes all that.
Gaming on Mac has never been a huge selling point, but macOS has more power as a gaming platform than its reputation would suggest. Here are some ways you can game on a Mac.
Hearthstone is not only a popular online card game, it’s a major e-sport. Learn how to play this popular game on Ubuntu Linux.
Wine doesn’t get the credit it deserves for bringing great games to Linux. Here are 10 popular games that you can play on Linux with Wine.
Gaming in Wine on Linux can be cumbersome. The Gallium Nine patches let you play Windows games with DirectX 9 at near native levels of performance!
Wine Staging contains loads of improvements and patches to help Linux users run their favorite games better than ever before. Learn how to install it on Ubuntu!
Switching to Linux doesn’t mean you have to give up on your Windows applications. For Office users, here’s how to install Microsoft Office 2013 in Linux.
Pepakura Designer 3 is a popular Windows program for making real world papercraft models from 3D digital models. Here’s how to get it running on Mac.
In the following tutorial, we’ll show you how you can map and bind shortcut keys to your Wine program on your Linux machine.
If you just got a new Mac, the first thing to do is to know which apps to install. Here are some essential apps for Mac you should install on the machine.
Looking to run Windows applications on Mac OS X, but don’t want to install the whole Windows OS? Wineskin is your best bet.
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.
Wine has come a long way in the last few years, making it fairly simple to install many popular Windows games on Linux. Cedega and PlayOnLinux have made it even easier by providing GUI assistance and management of your games. One game series, however, has proven to be consistently difficult to get working, and that’s […]
If you are running Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick and own a copy of the Photoshop CS 5 installer, you will find that you won’t be able to install it under wine. Photoshop CS5 on Ubuntu 10.4 works fine, but not 10.10. Here’s what I did to get it running on my Ubuntu Maverick machine. What you’ll […]
Remember a time when the most complex aspect of a game was unwrapping the packaging? It was a time when a first-person shooter truly was just about one person doing a whole lot of shooting and not much else. It was a time when RAM was still counted by the megabyte and 1024×768 resolution was […]
As with all operating systems, the way a Linux game behaves on a computer is largely dependent on the design of the game, the graphics hardware and drivers the user has, and the settings one chooses. Native Linux games are typically better at supporting the computer’s default resolution without much tweaking, but the way it […]