Yes, of course. It's not emulation software so it requires an x86 CPU. Even unlike Parallels, this doesn't emulate or virtualize a PC. It basically provides Windows API support under OS X. It makes Applications think they're running under Windows when in fact they're not.primalman said:Ack! MacIntel only!
Damn, a screenshot of CS on a Mac would be hilariously good, a great pic to switch the desktop to in cases of PC fanboyism.kainjow said:Counter-Strike works!!!! Got it installed on my MacBook and it plays just great! Sound and everything. Except I couldn't join any servers... but made my own and it worked
Oops, thought I attached a screenshot. Here it is (although you can't tell it's from Mac OS X because it goes full screen):Eraserhead said:Damn, a screenshot of CS on a Mac would be hilariously good, a great pic to switch the desktop to in cases of PC fanboyism.
By default apps go in ~/Applications/CrossOver. Everything else goes in ~/Library/Application Support/CrossOver/bottles/ (most of my stuff went in the win2000 folder).Kingsly said:How is Half Life 2? Where does it install .exe files?
Crossover (which is based on Wine) has been around on Linux for a while now.slffl said:I'm very interested to hear some impressions on this!!