CrossOver for Mac

Launch Windows programs on Mac"
A review by John

Mac is an excellent platform for personal computing with various hardware micro components believed to be superior in the world of computing. The Mac users can now take a glimpse at the various Windows-based applications that are excellent in their own right. With the CrossOver for Mac, it is possible to launch a Windows-based application right from within the operating system. There is no need to install a virtual machine or reboot to a Windows installation.

Launch Windows from the dock

The application creates a Windows-based environment using the CrossTie technology. The application allows the computer user to install Windows-based programs with a single click and the apps run seamlessly without a glitch. Moreover, this application presents the most cost-efficient means of creating a windows application compatible environment on a Mac.

Perhaps the best part of the wide selection of over 10,000 native Windows programs that the user can run using this application. These programs include Office application, accounting software, and a wide selection of games, just to mention a few.

It is part from virtualization category and is licensed as shareware for Mac OS platform and can be used as a free trial until the trial period will end. The CrossOver for Mac demo is available to all software users as a free download with potential restrictions compared with the full version.

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Last Updated On
December 1, 2018
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89,05 MB

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