WINE 0.9.51 Released, More Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 14 December 2007 at 02:17 PM EST. Add A Comment
After the release of WINE 0.9.50, which had marked I/O completion for this open-source project to run Windows programs on Linux, WINE 0.9.51 is now available two weeks later. WINE 0.9.51 includes a bunch of WinHelp improvements, better Japanese font support, a "ton" of rpcrt4 fixes, ALSA capture fixes, and improved support for screen resolution changes. As always, there are also a number of bug fixes in this latest wine release. Check out WINE HQ for the complete release notes and download links of WINE 0.9.51.

If you missed the article, recently at Phoronix we had benchmarked the past 7 versions of WINE.
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