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X windows emulation software for windows nt/2000

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Where can i get a good X windows emulation software for windows nt/2000, freeware or shareware.
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/X_Windows/Q_20776025.html Seems to be the same question...

Please note that none of the suggestions are actually _emulating_ X... They run it;-).

I'd use cygwin primarily... Works well and is nice to the wallet:-).

-- Glenn
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