CrossOver allows you to run Windows programs without a Windows operating system, which makes this solution different from popular virtual platforms, such as Bootcamp, Parallels, and VMware Fusion (all of which still require a Windows operating system and costly licensing).
Although this is welcome news for Macintosh and Linux users, the solution isn’t free. However, by partnering with eStudySource.com, the cost is fairly reasonable. There is a free 30-day trial of CrossOver, and, if you like it, you can purchase a standard license for less than $24 using a special discount code.
Instructions for downloading and installing CrossOver can be found here. These instructions include steps for downloading and installing a special CrossOver version of e-Sword, which is free. If you prefer to view a video tutorial of this process, see this YouTube video.
After installing CrossOver and e-Sword (see above), follow these steps to install your various e-Sword modules (Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, etc).
If you use e-Sword on Mac or Linux, let us know about your experience in the comments below.