Please see my post on Deviant Art. iTails's deviantART Journal I have been thinking a lot lately about Linux and Windows applications working to be one. In Linux, you have to use Emulators to use anything. Pretty much all windows programs. Most users don't like to use Linux for Gaming. I do. Not only does it give me more speed, but I don't have to worry about getting a server hacked with DDoS. The Theory: With "Wine" a free emulator for Linux, it installs various .dll files to run most Windows Programs. Now, what if we made a program that makes a partition on your HD just for .dll's and Wine directs to there? Its like having Windows on a Linux! What does a .dll do? A .dll starts a C code called a ;main to start certain programs and to function them with actions. For example, lets say you want to open photoshop. When you open it, the first .dll does its work in about 3 secs to initialize another .dll In the process, all .dll's are working together to run a program. So why not Linux? That is my goal. My plan is to attempt to program an application that will make a partition on your Hard Drive. From there, the application will store and update the most recent .dll's. Please comment on my theory. Also, if this has been attempted, please notify me through PM and do not flame.