If you have another computer with Win7 Pro or Enterprise (for IE9) or Win8 Enterprise (for IE10) you can publish a remote app using RemoteApp Tool (sites.google.com/site/kimknight/remoteapptool) and then connect to the remote app using FreeRDP (github.com/FreeRDP/FreeRDP/wiki/RemoteApp). If you dont know how to do it command line, and are on a debian system, you can install the RemoteApp frontend for FreeRDP called WinConn. You can even set it up to share your home folder as a mounted network location inside the windows remote app.
Or, you could install Windows in a virtual environment and set all the remote apps up and have it running in the background and still connect to the remote apps.
I do this same method for doing my web design with Adobe Master Collection CS6 and testing in IE 10 (though I have yet to develop a site that IE10 doesnt see the same exact way as FireFox or Chrome... Seems like IE is finally compliant). IE9 is the same way. IE8 is a different beast, and unfortunately, there are still a LOT of people using it... But IE8 can be installed with PlayOnLinux