Why won't Linux software work in Windows if they are both 32 bits?

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Negotiator:
The operating systems are TOTALLY different.
Bill P:
Try reading this to better understand why Linux and Windows are so different – http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm
Higgy Baby:
If you want Linux apps, just install a Linux and there are thousands at your disposal- free.

I tried Ubuntu Linux back in 2008…….I never looked back.

Dominic:
You're asking the equivalent of why won't a square peg fit in a round hole even though all the parts are made of wood. Please don't think I'm condescending. I'm just trying to frame it in a way that the average person might understand.
chrisjbsc:
TOTALLY different architectures, design, software, approach, etc.

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