While Wineskin has been used mainly for gaming, it is capable of running non-gaming software as well.
The latest version of Wine is 5.9 on Mac Informer. It is a perfect match for the System Tools category. The app is developed by Mike Kronenberg and its user rating is 3.9 out of 5. In this post I would like to guide you how to install Wine on OS X El Capitan. At the time of this writing, the latest version of OS X is OS X 10.11 El Capitan GM (Golden Master). UPDATE: If you also want to install Microsoft Visio on Mac, you can follow our post how to install Visio on Mac running OS X El Capitan. On Mac OS X you can use the Wineskin, WineBottler and osxwinebuilder apps. Also, the application is not only supported on the Linux platform, as it is also compatible with other POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as BSD (FreeBSD, PC-BSD), OpenSolaris, and Mac OS X. A vast amount of Windows apps and games are supported.
More Information about Wineskin
While there is a lot to Wineskin, at its core it runs Windows™ software by using Wine (www.winehq.org), which is a re-implementation of the Win32 API for non-Windows™ operating systems.
Normal Wineskin Engine builds’ Wine versions are built from Wine source code from www.winehq.org
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Crossover Engine builds are built from the Wine source code used in the Crossover.
Crossover is a wonderful product by Codeweavers
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Wineskin Engines use WineskinX11, a custom version of X11 (required by Wine) made from XQuartz, which is an x.org based X11 server. It does not use Apple's X11.app. You can have it use XQuartz.app instead of WineskinX11 if you so choose. Wine versions from around 1.5.26+ have a Wine Mac driver that can also be used instead of needing X11.
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