Wine 9.0 Released with Experimental Wayland Driver
Developers have popped the cork on a new stable release of Wine, the open-source compatibility layer that lets you run Windows apps and games on Linux. Wine 9.0 release’s cup runneth over with enhancements, refinements, and enablements touching on every part of the Wine experience, from app compatibility to performance through to user-interface polish. As you’d expect. During the past 12 months Wine developers have poured in considerable effort. Indeed, the Wine 9.0 released is made up more over 7,000 individual grapes changes. Of course, those of you who sup on the twice-monthly dev releases —hic!— will have sampled the […]
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