A nothing if not interesting effort to ease the transition from Windows to Linux. For a fee, you can transfer your existing Windows install to a VM, or set up a clean “stealth” VM for running Windows programs. See also: Linux Mint, Pop!_OS and Ubuntu
RoboLinux is a project that we’ve been meaning to look at for a while. It’s a one-man effort, Ubuntu-based affair, but stands unique among its numerous peers. The project’s website (which may have used WordArt for its logo, which of course is absolutely acceptable) carries the headline “Robolinux runs Windows XP, 7 & 10 Virus Free”. A bold claim indeed, and perhaps one that needs some degree of qualification.
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