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A year ago, we gave you a sneak peak at our CrossOver Android development. At GDC in March, we showed up with CrossOver Android supporting LIMBO and the Steam Client. And with Google’s announcement last week that Chromebooks will soon be supporting…

Twenty years ago this month, a fresh faced, much younger version of me started CodeWeavers. I had four goals:Do important and challenging workWork with people I respectHave fun at workMake lots of moneyWe have succeeded beyond my wildest dreams on the…

A long time ago in a blog post far, far away I absolved my inclination to watch Star Wars and left it up to the voting public to decide my Star Wars viewing fate. 80% of you responded that I should, indeed lose my Star Wars virginity. 173 days later, I…

Ubuntu's latest release, Xenial Xerus, has been out since April 21.The latest long term stable release has been working for our testing purposes since the day it dropped but we had to get CrossOver 15.1.0 installed first. In this release, the Ubuntu…

The year was 2015. It was the year “Content was King!” And the CodeWeavers Marketing Department had our most successful year blogging in company history. Thirty-one blog posts to be exact. We cranked those babies out: Technology issues, lying salesmen,…

With Leap Day upon us, many, many, many marketers are taking the opportunity of this quadrennial bonus day to exploit uniqueproducts offerings using puns, frogs and anything in-between to market to the masses. You’ve seen ‘em:Leap into savingsHoppy…

Regardless of what my employees think, I actually have a fairly stressful job. The weight of the world, and what not, resting on my shoulders each and every day. On top of that, I’m getting older (not necessarily wiser), am raising a nine year old…

Most interested parties have noticed by now that DirectX 11 support is not included in CrossOver 15. In July, James Ramey, our company President opened up about CodeWeavers dedication to DirectX 11 in an interview with Boiling Steam, after alluding to…

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