Win4Lin integrates the Microsoft Windows 95/98 operating environment into the host Linux environment, allowing users to access both Linux and Windows applications. It runs on a range of systems, from modest boxes to high-end Linux servers.
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Release Notes: This release has support for Windows Millennium Edition (Windows ME), support for the full install version of US English Windows Millennium Edition, easier resizing of the Win4Lin window, Asian Language Support for Windows98SE (Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese versions of Windows 98SE), wheel mouse support, large Windows memory footprint, correct CPU identification, and increased application support.
Release Notes: This release adds Network Neighborhood support, and the ability to assign a separate IP address to your Windows session. A new, easy-to-use graphical installer automates installation, registration, and upgrades. The 2.4 Linux kernel is now supported.
Release Notes: This release adds sound support, multiple processor support, and improved serial/parallel support.
Release Notes: Just released, first version.