CrossOver updated to 10.0.3

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Date: Monday, May 2nd, 2011, 13:04
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CrossOver, the popular emulation program from CodeWeavers, has been updated to version 10.0.3. The new version, which is available as a demo, offers the following fixes and changes:

– Fixed an installation issue with Project 2007 which produced a ‘Not installed for the Current User’ error message.

– Updated several built-in CrossTies. (These upgrades have been available online for a while.)

– Improved the MojoSetup (.bin installer) upgrade path.

– Added a progress dialog during initial open of a CrossTie on the Mac.

– Added support for the ‘installer’ keyword which supports CrossTies for stand-alone executables.

– Added RAR support to CrossTie installation.

– Added a ‘recreate’ button to the menus control panel.

– Fixed some menu issues on the upgrade path from CrossOver 9.2.

CrossOver 10.0.3 retails for US$69.95 and requires Mac OS X 10.5 and or later and an Intel-based Mac to install and run.

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One Response to “CrossOver updated to 10.0.3”

  1. Not to be a nerd, bug CrossOver is a Mac port of WINE, which recursively means Wine Is Not an Emulator. WINE/CrossOver are a set of native UNIX APIs reverse engineered from a subset of Windows APIs that allow Windiws apps to run natively in UNIX. This is similar to when Apple added Carbon APIs to OSX to run “Carbonized” classic Mac Apps natively alongside Cocoa apps. Apple basically “taught” OSX how to run those apps. WINE basically teaches UNIX how to run Windows apps.