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CodeWeavers Crossing is one of the most popular ways to run Windows apps on other operating systems. It combines the excellent work of open-source Wine project (which CrossOver developers contribute code) with an easier-to-use interface and front-end. CodeWeavers released CrossOver 21 in August, and now the company has shared details about its work to bring …

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It’s been almost two months since the release of Proton 6.3-7 and two weeks since the release of 6.3-8 RC while tonight the stable version of Proton 6.3-8 has been released to allow Valve’s Steam Play to run. Windows games on Linux. With Proton 6.3-8, many other Windows games now work well on Linux. The …

This tutorial covers How to use Steam Proton to play Windows games on Linux ?. We will do our best to make sure you understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog How to use Steam Proton to play Windows games on Linux?. If your answer is yes, please share after reading this. …

FUTEX2’s ongoing work to make futex management more Windows-like to in turn help Windows games on Linux through Wine (with a focus on Steam Play’s Proton) has taken a new turn. While the FUTEX2 patch set has gone through multiple review cycles to add new functionality that cannot be accomplished as well by the existing …

Valve and their partners have released a new version of Proton to power Steam Play to enjoy Windows games on Linux. Last week was Proton 6.3-5 RC while now this version has been promoted stable. Proton 6.3-5 features an increased number of games that should now be playable, including Civilization VI, Crypt Stalker, Far Cry, …

Valve has long tried to get game developers and publishers to see Linux as a serious, profitable gaming platform, and not just because it likes the open source operating system. He basically wants the games to be free from Windows and Microsoft development frameworks and eventually to be available on his own Linux-based Steam operating …

To kick off a new month of Linux games, Valve today released Proton 6.3-1 as the latest version of their Downstream Wine that powers Steam Play to run Windows games on Linux. Proton 6.3-1 is important as it has been rebased to Wine 6.3 from the Wine / Proton 5.13 series. In addition to the …

Support for Syscall User Dispatch appears to need to be built into the Linux 5.11 kernel. This feature is important for modern Windows games running Linux under Wine / Proton. Syscall User Dispatch has been in the works for some time as a kernel level enhancement to handle Windows games / applications that use system …

Earlier this year, we reported on the Linux kernel’s work for better handling of Windows games / applications that create system call instructions that bypass the Windows API. Making system calls directly without going through WinAPI has become an increasingly common phenomenon for modern Windows games, possibly as part of their digital rights management schemes. …