“Simply put, ION is the world’s first OS to run Linux and Windows programs side by side on pre-tested hardware giving businesses a Macintosh-like experience, with Linux TCO and PC compatibility all on the same computer. On the technical side, ION is Debian GNU/Linux plus KDE combined with an integrated Windows software stack running as a separate process. Non-technically, that means you get the best of the best from Linux, with simple menus, a clean look and feel and crisp performance, along with 100% compatibilty with ALL Windows 95/98/Me executables. ”
Sounds good, I would like to see this, looks like you have to buy their hardware to get it. I know that lots of windows software already works on Linux with Wine. One program I’ve never got working was BDE (Borland Database Engine). I would love to know if this would work with BDE, Interbase and the estimating software I develop on. Not that I could get approval for the hardware since its not our vendor.