There are many applications that are not available on Linux but are available on Windows. We can still install Windows applications on Linux using crossover. Maybe there are some of us who prefer to use free wine. Unfortunately wine is too much weakness, ranging from difficult to use, to the problem of support.
Using a terminal, enable the 32-bit packages:
sudo dpkg –add-architecture i386 ; sudo apt-get update
Install the CrossOver using apt:
sudo apt install crossover -y
Lastly run the following to address missing 32-bit libraries