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WINE is a good general purpose Windows emulator. I would not include any frontends like PlayOnLinux in the mix of choices. I suggest leave the top four. If you are going to include front ends to ease setting up WINE, add something like WINE/PlayOnLinux.
IMHO, WINE is mostly going backwards. WINE requires a GUI program to configure it. In the past, WINE can be configure with a text editor. WINE developers still have not think about security like putting WINE in a root jail to protect directories and files from being infected.
Cedega has made longer strides compared to WINE. The game The Sims 2 is finally known to work in it which is good to know, but I have not tried it yet.
It is going backwords i agree, maybe they should add the possibility of a cfg file, for the linux user that move faster typing than "Pumpin the mouse" I Must Vote for WINE , Mainly Because of http://howto.landure.fr/gnu-linux/in...nux-using-wine and http://www.wine-reviews.net/microsof...with-wine.html both have a little bit different helpful info. especialy VideoCard Ram info/issue with some users, and Run in W2K mode! ... got WoW running without open-gl, i need to do the video card ram fix to use more than 60megs of my ATI Radeon HD 3450's supply, AND i cant Forget the Russians!!! "K-M software" presents "DX-10 on XP NTC", it might take less than an hour to find the download some where, i had to modify my search to finaly get the latest K-m release,1.1 i think.... included the Option of the ALKY and Falling Leaf Projects instead of theres... how polite,
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