Wine = WINE Is Not an Emulator.
Based on the acronyms we can say that Wine is not a Windows emulator on Linux. What Wine does is copy Windows' own libraries to allow the execution of .exe files
It's a good thing because if not an emulation we could disgrace our Linux because it could do the same nonsense that Windows does, but even so, Wine is not good at all.
Everyone knows that not all Windows applications run on Wine apart from the fact that if they run they may perform worse than on their native system.
But this is not the most important problem, the most important problem is that Wine can make it difficult for users to learn Linux.
To some it will seem like bullshit but it is not true. Let's start thinking, when you change the operating system it is normal for applications to change, if you change you know that you have to learn all that.
So if we use the same applications it is useless to switch to Linux.
- Windows applications if they are closed do not go with the philosophy of GNU / Linux
- We don't learn anything, which is what it is about
- For the same reason, we will not get used to using Linux.
Who wants something, it costs something.