Wine 2.22 Brings Improved 64-bit ARM Support
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 24 November 2017 at 03:09 PM EST. 27 Comments
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Wine 2.22 is now available as the latest development release of this program to run Windows games/applications on Linux and other operating systems.

Changes with this bi-weekly development release include a source selection dialog for scanners, improvements to ARM64 (AArch64 / 64-bit ARM) support, float audio formats with more than two channels in XAudio, fixes for DLL injection handling, input method improvements, and bug fixes.

Wine 2.22 has a total of 14 known bug fixes ranging from old Internet Explorer issues to The Witcher 3 and other games having problems.

This latest development release can be downloaded from WineHQ.org.

Wine is still expected to enter a code freeze in the near future for getting out the Wine 3.0 stable release within the next month or two.

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