Wine is the program for running applications for Microsoft Windows on other operating systems, primary on GNU/Linux. This program creates in the user's home directory a folder called .wine containing user preferences, the simplified version of Windows registers and files structure of simulated disk C:. Many Wine users don't know there can be more those folders coexisting. They are called bottles. Because of bottles it is possible to have a few isolated instances of "Pseudowindows" on one system.
Packages are available for the following releases:
Ubuntu 16.10: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 13.10: 0.12-1~getdeb2~saucy
Ubuntu 16.04: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 14.04: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 17.04: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 12.04: 0.12-1~getdeb1
Ubuntu 14.10: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 12.10: 0.12-1~getdeb1
Ubuntu 15.10: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 15.04: 0.12-1~getdeb3~trusty
Ubuntu 13.04: 0.12-1~getdeb1

Package downloads per version:
Version 0.12: 3222

Install the application manually with the following commands:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wibom-gtk

Uninstall the application with the following command:
sudo apt-get remove wibom-gtk

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