The only one is the original Halo game when I have family over and want to play a network match; I have 3 Windows based computers and 1 Linux HTPC.
Other than that, I don't try to run Windows programs on Linux.
The programs I use on this machine all run Natively under Linux. Firefox, Chrome, Gimp, Libre Office and Blender are the main ones.
But I can run Windows itself as a Virtual Machine if I want, then install any Windows software within that, or install Wine emulator which will let Linux run a lot of Windows software.
Windows is for Windows stuff. Linux is for Linux stuff. Trying to mix the two just leads to pain and suffering
None. Windows is for Windows stuff. Linux is for Linux stuff. Trying to mix the two just leads to pain and suffering.
Nowadays it's no big deal to fire off a Linux VM so you can have both.