A user-friendly desktop mode launcher that offers a modern and customizable user interface
I don't own any Apple product so I might be wrong, but wouldn't it be highly impractical to run touch-screen oriented app/game on a device with keyboard/mouse input?
Also while we at it, imma include Android into the fold and curb stomp every other OS.
>Android doesn't count as deskt-
Pair it with keyboard and mouse, plug an external monitor, use [Smart Dock](https://github.com/axel358/smartdock) if you need to, Voilà!
CockroachDB - the open source, cloud-native distributed SQL database.
> Yes you can on the android emulator. The biggest issue is compu arch in that case.
I can also download VirtualBox and run all Windows programs, that would mean that all Windows apps are Linux apps?
> Yes you can for the most part
You can't statically link glibc: https://github.com/cockroachdb/cockroach/issues/3392
glibc can break stuff: https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2022/08/valve-dev-understandab...
I had binaries break because the newer version if openssl was put under a slightly different name.
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