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VLC will probably play them, and should be available in your package managers.It would help people give a more precise answer if when you ask a question, you mention which Linux distribution and version you're usingeg.Mint 15Ubuntu 13.04Fedora 19etc.and if you know .. whether you're using 32bit or 64bit.
VLC is pretty awesome - free, open source and skinnable. What's not to like?
I am beginning to wonder why people bother with MicrosoftBecause, for the most part, they don't know anything else exists so they don't look for alternatives. MS spend a lot of time and money trying to stop people from finding out. As you and I and all the other Linux users know - it's possible to rely on your PC and enjoy using it, without having to mortgage your house to Apple, or obtain a degree in Computer Science, to do so.
ie you can only run a MAC operating system on a MAC computer
Hmm .. there are (as usual) way and means
You buy the latest Mac OS X say for a real Mac .. now do you own the OS or not
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