Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd Oct 2007 13:41 UTC, submitted by twickline
OSNews, Generic OSes "In short, it allows Wine applications to be run just as easily as those native to Linux, meaning that they can be linked to or run from any directory, whether from a terminal or even a file manager like nautilus. It also handles some of the more awkward Wine extensions like .lnk and .msi, allowing them to be run with a double click."
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There isn't much chance a Linux system will ever be compromised by windows viruses or worms - the worst case scenario is a user's wine configuration going bad.

Either way, i can't imagine someone using wine so that they can browse the web every day using IE...

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