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AUSTIN, TX -- Win4Lin, a leading supplier of Windows-on-Linux virtualization solutions, announced today that Win4Lin Pro, the company's flagship product, has won the LinuxWorld Product Excellence Award in the "Best Integration Solution" category.

Using Win4Lin’s high performance Virtual Computing Environment (VCE), Win4Lin Pro runs Windows 2000 or Windows XP applications and operating systems with no change necessary to the host operating system (e.g. no need to patch the Linux kernel). Win4Lin Pro runs as a Linux process, sharing the Linux memory and file system without yielding control to the Windows guest operating system. Win4Lin Pro runs Windows applications as intended in real Windows. For more information about Win4Lin Pro, please visit

Win4Lin products enable users of all sizes – from individuals and small and medium organizations to large enterprises - to more easily embrace the cost, reliability and security advantages of an end-to-end Linux infrastructure, without having to give up, port or re-write viable legacy Windows applications. Win4Lin provides the most compelling solution for bridging the compatibility gap between Windows and Linux.

“We’re delighted that Win4Lin Pro has been recognized as the Best Integration Solution by the LinuxWorld Expo Product Excellence Awards,” said Jim Curtin, Win4Lin CEO and President. “This product validation will be important to organizations looking to make the migration to Linux but needing to continue to run Legacy Windows applications.”

The LinuxWorld Product Excellence Awards are judged by a group of respected industry experts who recognize the highest quality product and service innovations by LinuxWorld exhibitors. Awards are divided into 13 product categories, representing major areas of innovation in the Linux and Open Source community.

For more information about Win4Lin Pro, please visit

About Win4Lin

Win4Lin is a leader in technology for creating Windows-on-Linux virtualization solutions on Linux. With Win4Lin Virtual Computing Environment (VCE), the company supplies Fortune 500 enterprises, educational institutions and desktop users with solutions that allow them to run the Windows operating system and Windows applications on Linux in true Windows sessions.

For more information about Win4Lin and its products, please visit