Among all the Wine versions there is one for Mac OS. This is a software for using X Window System on Mac OS.X Window System provides standard tools and protocols for building the graphical user interface in Unix-like OS. Wine 1.4.1 is the latest stable version at the moment.This page and its subpages contain their suggestions; it is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians.If you would like to help, please add your name to the list of participants below, see the Open Tasks list, or just dig in and start editing.Now Wine 2.0 is out, which is a huge milestone for the project.It has more support for more software, includes a lot of graphics speedups, and even supports retina displays on Mac.
It's a quixotic effort, both because Windows is so large and complicated, and because it's a moving target.
It is also a useful tool for the Wiki Project to analyze, plan, develop, and revise wine-related material. It was built as a "reverse outline", a structural model of an existing work, which in addition to being a summary of the work, can reveal the gaps and other weaknesses for revision purposes. User: Ian Spackman - no expert in the language or in the wine, but there are billions of articles to translate and I offer my services as the first of the millions of collaboraters LAMM707 will need!
Wine allows OS X users to run Windows applications.
The client terminal can be installed and run on computers with Mac OS using Wine.
Wine is a free software that allows users of the Unix-based systems to run an application developed for the Microsoft Windows systems.