Running Windows programs

Well, just as I got so close, I've found that the primary software I want to run (Thinkorswim) has some missing functionality on the Linux version. :frowning_face: So I'm going to require one of the tools to run this program. I've mostly just heard about Wine, but I wanted to know if there is any alternative that is considered better for the Zorin 16 Pro build. Thanks and Merry Christmas!

You may hear of Crossover.
It is Wine. Same developer, even.

Why not just give it a shot and see how it goes?

sudo apt install zorin-windows-app-support

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How is it accessed after installation. I seem to have that problem regularly, LoL.

My pitch for PlayOnLinux: Walkthrough/Tips for troubleshooting - PlayOnLinux (POL) - running Windows applications easier than plain vanilla Wine

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Weeeellll, Thinkorswim crashes using PlayOnLinux, I just found out. It's time for me to go drown my sorrows, I'll work on it some more tomorrow night. Thanks for the help to all. What a great community.

Use Debug (left pane) on POL to run it and post the output here.

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