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I have successfully installed Wine (version 1.1.38) on my MacBook following these instructions. Basically, I have a set of command line utilities, which I think are very nice, but I do not want to open the Terminal every time I want to launch a Windows app. Is there any application that wraps this functionality and presents it under a GUI?

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Another option might be WineSkin.

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Two years later, I found this, and recommend it as still the best way to run WINE on a Mac. – zpletan Mar 31 '12 at 16:27

WineBottler seems to be pretty nice.

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You can use cedega instead, which has a GUI, but is not free.

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