Try the FSHACK Wine version and then comment again.
Windows 11 is a dog (oh yeah can't use that word PG13 and all) is tartar sauce
Bottles also allows you to install Windows games.
You can use Wine to install Windows apps on Linux, but it does not work for all the applications. Moreover, it requires you to configure things manually. So, what are the easy options? While CrossOver has been trying its best to make the process easier, Bottles is another solution. Withnews.itsfoss.com
They have an appstore which is located here: https://usebottles.com/appstore/
You can transfer the WINE prefix from Bottles and use a symlink to redirect from the prefix folder to where the prefix is now stored. You can also give a WINE prefix access to your root filesystem (and revoke it, or give access to certain folders), which WINE has by default and is located under Z:\ in the prefix iirc.Windows 11 is a dog (oh yeah can't use that word PG13 and all) is tartar sauce
just to take a word from SpongeBob. also I have been on windows since MS_DOS and no Windows is not as good a gaming system as it was.
I'm not a fan of bottles personally then I would rather just do it manually in wine I feel like bottles is a lot more complicated than it has to be and you cant install games or apps on a second HDD and I don't think you can install games outside its own wine environment so I hope you have a big C: Drive