Wine enables Linux, Mac, FreeBSD, and Solaris users to run Windows applications without a copy of Microsoft Windows. Wine is free software under constant development. Other platforms may benefit as well.
Most popular links
Frequently Asked Questions: If you're having a general problem with Wine, please read the FAQ!
Wine documentation: If the FAQ didn't help, try reading the manual!
The Wine Application Database: For help with a particular app, look up its entry in the AppDB.
Wine Users support forum: For asking questions that you can't find an answer to in the above.
winetricks: A useful tool for using common workarounds to current deficiencies in Wine.
MacOSX: Running Wine on Apple OS X.
About the Wine project
A brief overview of WineFeatures and goals.
An overview of Wine ProjectOrganization.
Information about Wine's Licensing.
Developers: If you want to help with Wine or build it from source.
AppDB Maintainers: Some hints if you are (or want to become) an AppDB Maintainer.
Debuggers can help by testing Wine and narrowing down problems, or help triage bugs reported by other users.
Writers can contribute by documenting the program, maintaining the wiki, and translating various parts of the project.
Designers can, among other tasks, draw icons for programs, or improve the style and function of the website.
Wine Development Fund: Please consider making a donation to support the Wine project.
WikiToDo contains things you can do by merely editing this wiki.
Other useful links
The TitleIndex of all pages in this Wiki (useful for wiki editors).
From uninstaller to regedit, a ListofCommands for all the little tools that come with Wine.
ThirdPartyApplications & "unofficial" tools that might come in handy.
UsefulRegistryKeys and various settings for configuring Wine.
Instructions for RegressionTesting.
DownloadLinks where you can find certain applications to use along with Wine.
Notes about running Adobe applications like Photoshop (eventually move to AppDB?).