I am new to macOS and I am currently using 32bit Ubuntu on my new MacBook Pro which means that I run 32bit Windows applications on Ubuntu. I also am new to macOS and I used 32bit Ubuntu on my late 2013 MacBook Pro for many years so I am not sure how to install Windows applications on Ubuntu and also applications on macOS. I am not using Windows 10 yet but what I know so far is that I might be able to convert a disk partition of my late 2013 MacBook Pro to a drive so that I can install it on a drive partition of my new MacBook Pro since I am able to boot with macOS Recovery. I don't know if macOS can boot from a drive or not.
Currently we don't have 32-bit version of wine for Catalina and I found only this article by endel at GitHub which says that this 32bit wine won't work with Catalina. Either 32 bit version of wine will be released or I will find other solution.
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