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CrossOver Mac

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#1 OFFLINE   machavez00


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Posted 30 December 2008 - 10:22 AM

I ran across this at BB last night, CrossOver Mac by CodeWeavers. Anyone have any experience with it?

Our flagship Windows-to-Macintosh compatibility tool. Intended for Intel Mac OS X machines, CrossOver Mac will allow Mac users to run their favorite Windows applications seamlessly on their Mac. Windows files can be opened directly within your file browser, or from email attachments. No rebooting, no switching to a virtual machine, and no Windows Operating System license required; CrossOver is a complete replacement for your Windows OS as far as your Windows software is concerned.

I wonder if this would run the DirecTV2PC software?

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#2 OFFLINE   ke3ju



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Posted 30 December 2008 - 11:41 AM

I'd try DarWINE first...it's free...


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