Sunday, January 18, 2009

CrossOver Mac 7.1 Runs Windows Apps On Your Intel Mac Without Installing Windows

CrossOver Mac allows you to install many popular Windows applications and games on your Intel OS X Mac. CrossOver includes an easy to use, single click interface, which makes installing Windows software simple and fast. Once installed, your application integrates seamlessly in OS X. Just click and run your application directly from the OS X Finder. Clicking a Windows file or document — including email attachments — will launch the appropriate Windows program, allowing you to work on the files. Best of all, you do it all easily and affordably, without needing a Microsoft operating system license.

Adding new Windows software is easy. Just place your install CD in your Intel Mac, and CrossOver will recognize it and offer to begin the installation process. CrossOver then completes the installation and configures your application to run on your Mac. That's all there is to it.
One Application: Two Delicious Flavors!

We've created two versions of CrossOver Mac — Standard and Professional — to serve our home-user/enthusiast and corporate markets even better. CrossOver Mac Standard provides individual users with the ability to run a wide variety of Windows software cleanly and economically. CrossOver Mac Professional provides corporate users with the enhanced deployability and manageability features their environments demand.

Likewise, if you're the kind of customer that likes a one-shot deal to make just one particular Windows application run, Standard is for you. But if you're the sort of customer who likes to stay under support, and get a steady stream of updates, Pro is for you: you'll get a better level of support, longer support, and a lower price over the long haul.
New in version 7.1:

Outlook fixes:
Restored use of the Rules and Alerts dialog
Improved connectivity with Exchange servers
Fixed installation of several custom versions of Outlook
Improved copy and paste behavior
Fixed 'reply all' behavior
Improved printing
Partial support for signed emails
Fixed some address autocompleteion in Outlook 2007
Fixed ability to create new contacts, appointments & tasks
2003 & 2007 now exit cleanly on the Mac
Can now open recurring Calendar Items

Application installation changes:
Many more versions of Office 2007 (including Enterprise editions) now install properly.
Office 2003 Service Pack 3 now installs.
Office 2003 one-shot updates now apply.
Several more versions of Office 2003 now install.
MS Office language packs now install
Visio 2003 sp3 now installs.

Other fixes:
Office 97 now works better.
PowerPoint 2003 slide preview improved.
Bidirectional text behavior is improved.
Access 2002 reporting is improved.
Improved Java behavior.
Use the native FreeType library on Leopard systems.

On Linux, add the ability to generate Debian bottle packages.
Fixed a CrossOver installation error specific to Estonian locales.
Fixed: Word 2003: Can't open Word doc, Out of Memory
Pull-down menus now appear more than once (WordArt)
Can now open Project 2007 files with Project 2003 (with the add-on installed)
Rotating text boxes now works in the proper direction

System requirements:
Intel Mac

System support:


For more information, visit:
CodeWeavers CrossOver Mac landing page.

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