The CrossOver on Chrome OS Beta, which allows you to run Windows software on Intel-based Chromebooks is now open to the public as of November 7, 2017. Seamlessly run full- featured Windows software that is not available in the Google Play store alongside mobile apps. Run Windows utility software like Quicken and Microsoft Office, or DirectX games like Wizard101. Get rid of remote sessions and multiple devices! With CrossOver Chrome OS Beta you’ll only need one device to run your Windows programs and mobile apps. For a limited time, this beta includes free support.

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From version CrossOver on Chrome OS Beta 17.1.0:
*New in this release* More documents will now open in your native Chrome OS browser.
A problem where updates to CrossOver would break some applications (including Office 2010) is fixed.
We have fixed bugs in the UI for CrossOver itself.
CrossOver Chrome OS runs Windows applications on Chromebooks. This release supports Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Office 2016, along with many, many more applications.
Your favorite Windows applications run with native Chrome OS dock and launcher icons.
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