Microsoft Edge and Photos on Linux
I understand that making a DEB Package is downright frustrating and discouraging , when big companies are told about Linux , they go straight to making DEB Packages but there are very easy ways to port to Linux .
If you just create a working Tarball made inside a Linux Environment and send it to the major Repository Maintainers , they can do the rest .
The Major Repository Maintainers in the Linux World are openSUSE , Arch , Red Hat Enterprise , Linux Mint , Mageia , Debian , Solus and Ubuntu .
If you want to reach out to the Solaris World , you only have to send a Working Tarball to openIndiana and if you want to reach the BSD World , you only have to send a Working Tarball to FreeBSD .
Because of Web Apps , I have Skype , Microsoft Tasks , Microsoft To Do , Outlook , Bing and Microsoft Contacts "installed" on Ubuntu , but there is only so much Web Apps can do . I would love to use Microsoft Edge and Microsoft Photos too .
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