Robolinux, a Linux distribution based on Debian lets users run Windows applications and is now updated to version 7.9.2.
The developers of Robolinux have implemented a technology called Stealth VM that lets users emulate an entire Windows OS inside Linux.
“This release has many enhancements, plus maintenance and upstream security updates, the newest VirtualBox, Firefox and Thunderbird versions as well as three exceptional new apps.”, according to the Robolinux developers.
Please be aware that the Robolinux series 7 versions do not support the Intel Haswell chipset but future Robolinux series 8 versions will support it.
Head over here for the download links of Robolinux 7.9.2.