Originally Posted by six_storm
I've been trying to get friends and family to try it out but of course certain Windows or Mac apps do not work with Linux (preferrably iTunes and IE6 or 7, for college projects and such). Anyone got any ideas?
Ideas for what exactly?-)
If you/they absolutely need
IE6/IE7, try IEs4Linux
Why iTunes? DRMed music? You lose by definition. If it's only about playing music, try Amarok (or Rhythmbox if you avoid KDE). So far Amarok has been the only music player with GUI I've actually liked.
Generally speaking Wine may
help you out.
Originally Posted by kokoko3k
(say... click click and relax?)
No. "They use every single available knob and lever" as in using gazillions of registry tweaks and such.