Wine 2.19 Released With Various Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 13 October 2017 at 07:50 PM EDT. 16 Comments
WINE --
Wine 2.19 is available as the project's latest bi-weekly development release for running Windows games/programs on Linux and other operating systems.

No real jaw-dropper features of Wine 2.19 but continued refinements throughout the stack like the recent theme of Android improvements, better GdiPlus, etc.
- Support for 32-bit float audio on Android.
- Named pipes now fully handled by the Wine server.
- Support for a new Microsoft root certificate.
- More transform fixes in GdiPlus.
- Some heap allocation optimizations.

Wine 2.19 fixes a total of 16 known bugs ranging from iTunes and Paint.NET problems to various enterprise software. More details and downloads from WineHQ.org.

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