Wine 1.4.1 Brings A Load Of Bug-Fixes

Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 16 June 2012 at 07:44 AM EDT. 2 Comments
The first stable release update for the Wine 1.4 series is now available.

As usual for stable Wine point releases, version 1.4.1 just packs in bug-fixes and translation updates.

More details are available from the announcement. Wine 1.4.0 was officially released last March.

If you're not opposed to living on the bleeding-edge, there's already a lot of good features in the Wine 1.5 development series: work on a Direct3D shader compiler, Mono as an Add-On, OpenGL for the DIB, built-in JavaScript over using the Gecko engine, etc.
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