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WINE 0.9.40 Now Available

After the Wine HQ server was down over the weekend, WINE 0.9.40 is now available. WINE 0.9.40 features a number of MSHTML improvements, sound fixes, Direct3D fixes, and lots of bug fixes. The release announcement can be read here.
1 July 2007

WINE 0.9.39 Released

It's time for another WINE release. New in WINE 0.9.39 is a number of MSHTML improvements, several improvements to the WINE sound support, Winsock fixes, new supported constructs in the IDL compiler, Direct3D threading fixes, and (as always) a number of bug-fixes. The WINE 0.9.39 announcement can be read at WINE HQ.
15 June 2007

WINE 0.9.38 Released

WINE 0.9.38 features beginning of support for copy protection kernel drivers, more MSI automation support, 64-bit compilation fixes, a number of OLE fixes, and a lot of bug fixes. The WINE 0.9.38 release announcement is at WineHQ.
2 June 2007 - 1 Comment

CrossOver Office 6.1 Released

For those that are bound to running Windows applications on your Linux box through WINE or CrossOver Office, version 6.1 of CrossOver Office for both Linux and Mac has been released. New in CodeWeavers' CrossOver Office 6.1 is support for Microsoft Outlook users to work remotely using RPC over HTT and 3D game performance improvements. The CrossOver Office 6.1 press release can be read from CodeWeavers.
15 May 2007

WINE 0.9.37 Released

Another new software package hitting the Internet this week was version 0.9.37 of WINE. New in WINE 0.9.37 is MSI automation with JScript/VBScript support, MSHTML improvements, a variety of Direct3D fixes, support for a number of new EXE protection schemes, and lots of bug fixes. More information is available from WineHQ.
12 May 2007

WINE 0.9.36 Released

Two weeks ago to the day WINE 0.9.35 was released, but today it is being replaced by yet another new release. WINE 0.9.36 implements Midi support in the CoreAudio driver, mixer support in the ALSA driver, a lot of MSI fixes, implementation for most D3DRM functions, an assortment of Direct3D fixes, and the usual stack of bug fixes. More information is available from WINE HQ.
28 April 2007

WINE 0.9.35 Released

It was not long ago that WINE 0.9.34 was released, but today we once again have a new WINE release out. New in WINE 0.9.35 is the broken ARTS sound driver being removed, fixes to the quartz DLL sound, file I/O performance improvements, an assortment of Direct3D fixes, and (as always) lots of bug fixes. If you're interested in WINE, you may also be interested in our Cedega 6.0 Performance Preview.
14 April 2007

WINE 0.9.34 Released

A new version of WINE is now available for download which once again adds a few new features and bug fixes. The new changes in WINE v0.9.34 is support for Xcursor, fixes for various installers, new built-in xcopy tool, and Direct3D fixes. The release announcement is available from WINE HQ.
31 March 2007

WINE 0.9.33 Released

Another new release of WINE is now available for download. New in WINE 0.9.33 are Direct3D fixes with related performance improvements, comctl32 tests and fixes, cmd.exe improvements, more fixes to the built-in OLE, process control support on Solaris, and lots of bug fixes. The release announcement is available from Wine HQ.
16 March 2007

WINE 0.9.32

If virtualizing Windows is not your thing, a new release of WINE is now out. New in WINE 0.9.32 is Direct3D fixes and performance improvements, new features in cmd.exe, improvements to HTML help support, and lots of bug fixes. The release announcement and change-log is available from Wine HQ.
3 March 2007

WINE 0.9.31 Released

Another new minor release is out for WINE. New in WINE 0.9.31 are Direct3D fixes and performance improvements, new comctl32 test cases, IDL compiler improvements, OLE32 marshalling fixes, and the usual amount of bug fixes. More information is available in the release announcement.
16 February 2007

WINE 0.9.30 Released

Yet another release of WINE is now available for download. New in WINE 0.9.30 is improvements to Direct3D shaders and state management, support for inter-process memory allocations, OLE32 marshalling fixes, and the usual share of bug fixing. Download links and more information on the latest WINE release can be found here.
26 January 2007

Cedega 5.2.10 Released

TransGaming's Cedega 5.2.10 (codename: Mahi Mahi) has been released. New in this release is improvements for Steam as well as World of Warcraft. The latest World of Warcraft expansion pack, The Burning Crusade, is also supported by this latest version of Cedega. More on the subscription-based Cedega can be found at Transgaming.
20 January 2007

CrossOver Office 6 Released

CodeWeaver's CrossOver Office 6 has been released for Linux as well as Mac OS X! CrossOver Office 6 implements several new features and a wealth of improvements in various areas. This latest CrossOver Office release even supports Half-Life 2 and World of Warcraft. The CrossOver Office 6.0 is available at CodeWeavers.
10 January 2007

WINE 0.9.28 Released

WINE 0.9.28 was released with several changes. The major changes in this release is OpenGL in child windows working (again), better mouse support in games, beginnings of new statement in Direct3D, and improved audio and font support on Mac OS. Of course, a lot more bug fixing has went into this release. More information and downloads are available from WINE HQ.
24 December 2006

WINE 0.9.27

Yet another release in the 0.9 branch of WINE has been pushed out the door. New in WINE 0.9.27 is better support for noexec kernels, better Dwarf support in dbghelp, several Winsock fixes, code cleanup, and various bug fixes. The latest release announcement can be read here.
9 December 2006

WINE 0.9.26

Another release is out of Wine HQ. New in WINE 0.9.26 is better support for UNIX locale settings, improved X11 keyboard support, MSI fixes, winecfg improvements, and as always a lot more bugs were cleared up.
24 November 2006

CrossOver Office 6 Beta 3

CodeWeavers has issued the third beta in the CrossOver Office 6.0 branch as they near the final release. Some of the changes include faster CrossOver Office setup operations, improved support for x86_64 kernels, and fixed bugs in several Windows applications. The CrossOver 6.0 Beta 3 announcement is on their Forums.
15 November 2006

Wine v0.9.25 Released

A new version of Wine is now available on mirrors in source and binary form for various Linux distributions. New in Wine 0.9.25 is many more fixes for installer support, MSHTML improvements, NTLMv2 support, RPC over TCP improvements, and lots of bug fixing. The release announcement with download links for the latest version can be found here.
11 November 2006

WINE 0.9.23 Released

Another update has been pushed out for WINE. The major changes in WINE 0.9.23 include a massive update of printf formats for Win64 compatibility, dynamic drive support on Mac OS X, MSI fixes and improvements, and lots of bug fixes. The release announcement can be found over at Wine HQ.
13 October 2006

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