ReactOS aims to create an operating system that is binary compatible with Windows NT 5.0. That quest gets off to a good start with something I remember from Windows days of old: the new hardware dialog. It couldn't find the drivers for it either, much like circa-2000 era Windows.
by Chris Duckett | February 14, 2012, 9:48pm PST | Image 3 of 16
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Jack, I like your columns just fine.
However, on this subject - I used the qemu version, and it was pathetic for me. I read further on their website and some people said that you should download the full version and just run that in a VM instead of the version made for qemu. I'll try it, but so far, just so you know - THIS IS A DOG!!! (Well, at least for me.)
HEY!! Wait a minute...
Before asking a stupid question that already had an answer, I did a couple of quick searches and found that this project DOES intend to create an environment where you can load Windows programs.
I have had no luck getting TurboTax to work with WINE on other distros, and if I could get it to work with this, I would happily make it my distro of choice, or at least dual boot.
I dropped XP the last time I got a new hard drive since I only used it once a year. The online version of TT only allowed for *one* tax return, and the box will allow five. I do my kids and my sister's returns, so I liked buying the box. I guess I'll have to try this out, but has anyone else successfully loaded TurboTax on this....???
My co-workers get those every now and then
As far as ATI, I stopped using them years ago because I use Linux at home and I always thought they were only incompatible with Linux.
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