Q4Wine is an open source QT4 GUI (Graphical User Interface) for the Wine application.

It will help you to manage wine prefixes and installed applications.

Q4Wine is an interface based on Qt4 for Wine, that turns out to be much more user-friendly and easy to use.

With this tool we’ll be able to manage whatever Windows programs we install on our Linux distribution.

Download Q4Wine for Linux if you need to install Windows applications and you want to do so in a much simpler manner than with Wine.

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Linux

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Freeware

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1.1-r2

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