Software maker weds Linux PCs, Windows applications

Posted by dave on Apr 23, 2004 10:03 AM EDT
CNET; By David Becker
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End users and Linux can be like men and marriage--they like the idea, but commitment is a bear. An Austin, Texas-based software maker hopes to make it easier with products that allow Linux-based PCs to run Windows and Windows-based applications in a safe virtual sandbox. James Curtin, CEO of NeTraverse, an exhibitor and presenter at the Desktop Linux Summit here, said his Win4Lin products are intended to serve as a bridge for companies making the switch from Windows to Linux.

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