Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Get CodeWeaver Products Free for a Day

CodeWeavers is a software company that sells a proprietary version of Wine called CrossOver, for running Windows applications on Mac OS X and Linux. The company's products focus on making Microsoft software staples like Microsoft Office, MS Word, and MS Excel and various games (Team Fortess 2, CounterStrike, World of Warcraft, and Guild Wars) run in Linux.

In July, CodeWeavers came up with the gimmick to make its products available free for a day if any one of five positive things happened during Bush's last six months in office: gas drops to $2.79 a gallon, milk drops to $3.50 a gallon, U.S. jobs exceed 138 million, the Twin Cities median home price returns to $233,000 or Osama bin Laden is captured.

Gas dropped to $2.79 a gallon, so today (October 28th 2008), all of CodeWeavers products, can be downloaded for free at the company's website, www.codeweavers.com. Hurry up and pick up your copy of CrossOver Pro Linux, CrossOver Pro Mac, CrossOver Games for Linux, or CrossOver Games for Mac.

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