Anxious to see how its latest release would work, the folks at Codeweavers bounced into their local Best Buy and picked up the cheapest version of the new MacBook Air they could find, and promptly installed CrossOver 20.0.2 on it.
It gets choppy at some spots and the “FPS is all over the place,” but it is pretty remarkable that it even runs in the first place, and is stable. As pointed out by Jeremy White, the founder and CEO of Codeweavers, this is “Intel x86 code being run win Wine through Rosetta 2.”
“That’s incredible when you consider that we’re on literally the cheapest Apple Silicon device you can buy—one that gets thermally throttled and is missing a GPU core.
I can’t tell you…