The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Linux today. Bordeaux 2.0.0 marks major progress over older releases. With version 2.0.0 and onward we bundle our own Wine build and many tools and libraries that Wine depends upon. With this release we bundle Wine 1.1.36, Cabextract, Mozilla Gecko, Unzip, Wget and other support libraries and tools. We have improved support for Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and preliminary support for Internet Explorer 7 in this release, there has also been many small bug fixes and tweaks on the back-end.
The cost of Bordeaux 2.0.0 is $20.00. Anyone who has purchased Bordeaux in the past six months is entitled to a free upgrade. Bordeaux comes with six months of upgrades and support and of course a 30-day money back guarantee.
- Microsoft Office 2007
- Microsoft Office 2003
- Microsoft Office 2000
- Microsoft Office 97
- Microsoft Office Visio 2003
- Microsoft Office Project 2003
- Adobe Photoshop 6
- Adobe Image Ready 3
- Adobe Photoshop 7
- Adobe Image Ready 7
- Adobe Photoshop CS
- Adobe Photoshop CS2
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
- Steam and Steam based Games
- Apple QuickTime 6.5.2 Player
- IrfaView 4.25 (Image files only)
- Winetricks support
Version 2.0.0 New Features:
- Bundle Wine 1.1.36
- Added Internet Explorer 7 support
- Improved Microsoft Office 2007 support
- Bundle Mozilla Gecko
- New shell based installer
- New Progress Bar
- Updated to the latest Winetricks
The Bordeaux Technology Group is a software services and development company specializing in Windows compatibility software. Users of Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac systems from time to time find themselves in the need to run specialized Windows software. The Bordeaux suite enables access to these programs and data in a seamless and low cost manner without requiring licensing of Microsoft Technology. The Bordeaux Group also provides migration services and support for alternative operating systems specializing in Windows compatibility.
There is a multitude of software developed only for the Windows operating system and even when software vendors port their applications to another platform, generally it lacks features that the Windows version contains. The only solution these developers face is to have access to both systems for testing which leads to increased infrastructure demands, and wasted project resources. If you are vendor interested in supporting your application on Linux, BSD, Solaris or Mac OS X or a software user that needs to run a Windows application on Linux, BSD, Solaris or Mac OS X we can help.