WineGUI

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What is WineGUI?

WineGUI is a graphical frontend for the Wine software compatibility layer which allows Linux users to install Windows-based software as well as games. WineGUI is using the GTK toolkit and is written in the C++ programming language.

Note: WineGUI is currently using the Wine version you locally installed. Look on the Ubuntu or Debian wiki pages for how-to install the latest Wine stable release.

Note: Although using WineGUI can be useful for managing your programs/bottles in Wine, WineHQ does not provide support. See Reporting bugs below.

Features

WineGUI features include but not limited to:

  • Graphical user-interface on top of Wine
  • Creating a new machine using an easy step-by-step wizard
  • Application list per machine (with search feature)
  • Editing and removing Windows machines in a breeze
  • Configure window installing additional software with just a single click (like installing DirectX)
  • One-button click to run a program, open the C: drive, simulate a reboot or kill all processes

Download & Install WineGUI

You can download the latest deb, rpm or tar pre-build package from: https://gitlab.melroy.org/melroy/winegui/-/releases

WineGUI application will inform you when a new release is out.

Reporting bugs / Features requests

WineGUI has a issue tracking system at: https://gitlab.melroy.org/melroy/winegui/-/issues.

If you don't have an account, you can create an account to file an issue.