Decentralist: “As Microsoft slowly breaks old compatibility, and Wine continues to improve Windows compatibility. it seems only a matter of time before some Windows programs run better in Wine than in Windows.
Last week, I found my own example. Timez Attack is a 3D educational Windows game where players move through an interactive world where they have to solve multiplication problems to advance. My wife and kids tried to install in Windows unsuccessfully. I tried myself and also failed. In this case, it is mainly the case of an imperfect installer, but at least some fault lies with poor design by Microsoft.
The Windows hard drive on this PC is labeled by Windows as the “H: drive” and the Windows sees the “C: drive” as a memory card reader. This is not an manual configuration, it is just how Windows chose to automatically label the hardware on this PC. It is not a networked PC either.”