CodeWeavers gives away free software to celebrate falling gas pricesOctober 28th, 2008 - 4:41 pm ICT by Bupha Ravirot
CodeWeavers announced visitor of their site can download a copy of one of their CrossOver software packages…It is free only for Tuesday October 28.
According to the press release , giving away the software involving the challenge made up by Jeremy White , CEO of CodeWeavers for Prez G. W. Bush a few months back that if the president achieved one of White’s six “Lame Duck” goals during the twilight of his 2nd term, (catastrophic cratering of the global economy and falling gas prices). White would make Windows-API enabler & WINE GUI CrossOver free to customers for one day.
Surprisingly the price of gasoline in the twin cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul Minnesota dipped below $2.79 per gallon since Monday, Oct. 14.
CodeWeavers now offers three CrossOver packages including CrossOver for Mac, CrossOver for Linux and CrossOver for Games. The first two packages allow Mac and Linux users to run a range of Windows software on their machines without having Windows installed. CrossOver Games focused on delivering PC games to Macs.
It’s only for today, register and get copy as fast as you can and the agreement allows one (1) license per person.
Thanks to George W. Bush and falling gas prices.
At the time of writing, the CodeWeavers website is offline due to this special offer. The following message is displayed instead :-
Due to the high volume of traffic for the Lame Duck Challenge Free Offer, we have temporarily disabled the CodeWeavers main website.
We apologize for this inconvenience. We still love Digg, even if our server disagrees. ;-)
The offer and download links are still available.
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