Another option is CodeWeaver's CrossOver
. I use it to run both Condes 10
and OCAD 2020
. It will likely run Condes 9 also.
A couple notes about CrossOver, it's not an emulator or virtual machine, it allows Windows apps to just run "native". It costs $40 and it doesn't require a Windows license ($$). It's based off of WINE
which is an open-source reimplementation of the Windows API to allow Windows apps to run on Linux, macOS and BSD. It's not perfect, Condes every once in awhile throws up a warning dialog about an incorrect path but otherwise works fines. OCAD is functional, but has some issues that I can go into more detail if anybody is interested.