Wine is a program that offers a compatibility layer allowing Linux users to run some Windows-native applications inside of Linux. Wine is not the ideal. Ideally, you should find native Linux applications. You can use Ubuntu’s software package manager to search for easily installable native Linux apps, or you can explore OSalt or Linux App Finder to find alternatives for specific Windows programs.
Not all Windows applications run in Wine. And some that do require extra configuration in order to work. You may want to consult the Wine HQ app database to see if the Windows application you’re thinking of installing through Wine will work well with Wine or not. Platinum-rated applications will work with no extra configuration.
The installation of Wine is the same as for most software. The package you want to install is called simply wine.
First of all easy step is simply click on the top-left-corner, Select applications and open Ubuntu Software center.
Once you open it simply Search for WINE and hit Enter
Once You install this, Get some “.exe” and Install it with Wine program. Following i have an example to explain how it works
Just right click on the .exe file and open this file with Wine.This is it you are Done.
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