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[v20.0, v17.0] CrossOver – Run Windows software on Mac & Linux

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The truth is, many excellent or must-have software do not provide versions for other operating systems other than Windows. You may already know that we can solve this problem by installing “Windows + Mac/Linux” double systems or even triple systems (too troublesome), or installing a virtual machine (low performance) on your computer. However, AppNee wants everyone to know that there is a better choice: CrossOver – a commercial, integrated Wine environment.

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[v8.2] ActivePresenter – All-in-one screen recorder, video editor and eLearning author

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ActivePresenter is a full-featured and free screen recording, screencast video editing and eLearning authoring tool developed by Atomi Systems from Vietnam. It has all the necessary tools for recording the screen, and can be used to create attractive screen capture videos, as well as HTML5-compliant, interactive online learning contents, including featured demos, software simulation, software guides, interactions, quizzes, eLearning games, etc.

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Wine – Direct and perfectly run many Windows apps on Unix-like OS

Wine (AKA: WineHQ, originally short for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”, another bad name for software) is a free and open-source tool designed for running more and more Windows apps on multiple Unix-like (i.e.: POSIX-compliant) operating systems by calling DLL (like Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and Mac OS X). It’s first launched by Bob Amstadt in 1993.

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