September 18, 2022
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Run Windows Apps Natively on Your MacBook With This $20 Tool

By on March 27, 2021 0

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In a perfect world, you could buy just one computer and be able to run all major operating systems natively. Unfortunately, free enterprise exists and developers don’t really want to let competitors work on their hardware. But, again, free enterprise exists, which is why ingenious tools like CrossOver Windows App Liberator for Mac to exist.

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While there are plenty of clunky Windows emulators you can run on your Mac, they’re just that: clunky. CrossOver is arguably the easiest and most seamless way to run many Microsoft/Windows applications on your Mac. CrossOver, above all, is not an emulator. Instead, it does the work of translating Windows commands into Mac commands so you can run Windows software in a way that feels truly native. It works with a lot of Windows software, from productivity programs and utilities to games, all through a single app. It’s a better and faster experience without the need for additional licensing. Start it up and with a single click you’ll be running Windows apps in no time, with no lag to speak of.

A satisfied buyer said: “Fits very well […] allowing me to use my favorite apps almost natively on MacOSX, some apps work even better than on Windows.”

If you’ve ever had to switch between Mac and Windows programs, you know how painful it is. Eliminate this headache from your life. Normally $39, you can get a one-year subscription to CrossOver Windows App Liberator for Mac for 49% off only $19.99 today.

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