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CROSSOVER OFFICE 5.0 a Hit!

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The list of Windows programs that run in Linux just increased. CROSSOVER OFFICE has announced they are shipping version 5.

The newest version of this GREAT product includes some visible changes, with the biggest being “under the hood.

As many know, I have used CrossOver for several years and find it one of the MUST programs when installing Linux for day-to-day use. I have also heard from several Sys Admins who feel the same. I would recommend you take a look!

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