The Bordeaux Technology Group announces the release of Bordeaux for OpenSolaris 1.8.0 with support for Microsoft Office 97, 2000, 2003, Visio 2003, Project 2003, Internet Explorer 6, Adobe Photoshop 6 and Adobe Photoshop 7. There has also been many small bug fixes and tweaks on the backend to improve the speed and reliablity of all the supported applications.
Greenville, SC (June 5, 2009) Bordeaux Group, Inc. a leading Free Software developer, today unveiled Bordeaux for OpenSolaris 1.8, the next version of the company's software enabling Solaris users to run Windows applications such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and others. Priced at just $25, the software is a low cost add-on to the Free Software package known as Wine. Wine enables Unix users to run many Windows applications on non-windows systems, but until now, a low cost easy to configure version was not available. This new version adds support for Office 2003 based applications, Adobe Photoshop, and Internet Explorer 6.
Bordeaux for OpenSolaris is available for download with purchase at http://www.bordeauxgroup.com All purchases include 6 months of email support and the product is backed by a 30 day refund.
About BordeauxGroup, Inc.:
Founded in 2008, The Bordeaux Group focuses on the development of Free Software solutions enabling legacy Windows applications to run on Linux, BSD and Solaris systems and other non-Windows operating systems. Bordeaux is designed to aide in the transition and migration to non-Windows platforms by bringing Windows software to Unix operating systems. The company is privately held. For more information about the Bordeaux Group please visit http://www.bordeauxgroup.com
Bordeaux is a trademark of the Bordeaux Group, Incorporated. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Windows is a registered trademark, and Office is a trademark, of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Photoshop is a trademark of Adobe in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are owned by their respective companies.