Is there any possible program to run Linux applications and programs in windows OS?
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as with any emulator(unless its as simple as NES), no matter what platform it is, hardware acceleration support is quite poor.
Linux emulation is a worst case scenario since it is the least standard platform. it is simply impossible to emulate every linux program due variation of how they are written (thats the whole point of linux, users being able to modify stuff).
windows is a better gaming platform, it is undesputed. windows has far stricter standards, and therefore is much easier to emulate.
either way, it is far better to just use one or both, but not mix them.
oh yeah, btw if there is a linux game, chances are it also has a windows version, there is tuxracer for windows, there is openttd(Transport Tycoon Deluxe)... i mean since the code is not a secret, it is or probably will be compiled for windows.
Can Topologilinux install Linux games?? I'm trying to search for the best emulator to install Linux Games.. Topologilinux also known as Linux inside Windows.. But it does not effect the performance of the Windows system to run Linux game?