Originally Posted by dd_wizard
You can always run Windows in a VM.
That's what I do for non-3d things. I was able to get Office 2000 to work on it, but it looked awful, and functioned just as well as it looked.
Direct X 8 games work pretty well, and a few newer ones like Fallout 3 work OK.
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Originally Posted by bigseb
I ticked the second option. Unfortunately I don't think I'll ever get away from Windows...
Maybe after you read this
, you might want to try ReactOS
is the guy's thoughts on it. Just remember....
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Originally Posted by zuser
Have never found it to be fully functional for the only windows program I run. To me it is a waste of resources that could be better employed developing native linux applications.
True. Even something simple like VBSWG won't run very well. I think it was mainly intended for games.