Securing Windows 10 PCs: What to watch out for Watch Now The open-source Windows-Linux compatibility layer project, Wine, has announced the stable release of Wine 6.0 and it’s even bigger than the previous stable release from mid-2020. This update is the culmination of an entire year of development effort and contains over 8,300 individual changes – or 900 more changes than shipped in the last release from July 2020. Enterprise Software Everything announced at Adobe Max 2020: Creative Cloud gets collaborative, Illustrator for iPad, and more Best VoIP providers in 2020: RingCentral, Vonage, Ooma, and more Best video conferencing services for business: Zoom, WebEx, AnyMeeting, Slack, and more How to boost your company’s SEO (ZDNet YouTube) The best antivirus protection for Windows 10 in 2020 (CNET) Software as a Service: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic) Wine (Wine is Not an Emulator) is for getting Windows apps and games to run on Linux and Unix-like systems, including macOS. As opposed to running a VM or emulator, Wine focuses on Windows application protocol interface (API) calls and translating them to Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) calls. SEE: Windows 10 toolbar: Here’s how Microsoft is adding news, weather and trafficWine holds an interesting place in the… Read full this story
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