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Wine 1.3.26 Improves The Built-In Internet Explorer

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Published on 05 August 2011 04:38 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE
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There's a new Wine development release available this weekend for those not partaking in the Berlin Desktop Summit. The new Wine release is version 1.3.26 and it delivers on several core improvements.

Among the Wine 1.3.26 improvements are improving the built-in Internet Explorer browser, DIB engine improvements, support for enhanced meta-files in the view tool, WinHTTP improvements, fixes to the COM stub-less marshaller, and an improved mechanism for DLL registrations. Of course, there's also various bug-fixes that built-up over the past two weeks.

More details can be found in the Wine 1.3.26 release announcement at WineHQ.org.

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