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Wine 4.10

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  • Wine Announcement

    The Wine development release 4.10 is now available.

  • Stop and smell the Rosé, Wine 4.10 is out

    Ah yes, one of my favourite days of the week! The day I get to do a stupid pun and you all whine at me. Alexandre the Grape (someone stop me) has announced the release of Wine 4.10.

  • Wine 4.10 Now Better Supports Installing Plug & Play Drivers

    Wine 4.10 is out today rather than last Friday due to Wine founder Alexandre Julliard being on holiday, but that bi-weekly development release is out today.

    The Wine 4.10 release now has many DLLs being built as PE files by default, there is more support for installing Plug and Play drivers, clock synchronization in Media Foundation APIs, volume adjustment support in audio drivers, and different bug fixes.

Wine Staging 4.10 Adds EXT4 Case Insensitive Support

  • Wine Staging 4.10 Adds EXT4 Case Insensitive Support

    Following Monday's release of Wine 4.10, Wine-Staging 4.10 is now available as the latest work on this bleeding-edge / testing version of Wine for running Windows applications and games on Linux and other platforms.

    Wine-Staging 4.10 is still riding with more than eight-hundred patches re-based to the latest upstream Wine code, but at least over the past two weeks some BCrypt patches made their way upstream. Wine-Staging 4.10 is also riding a bit smaller with dropping the patch that allowed DirectX 10 support for the legacy NVIDIA Linux driver, instead users wanting DX10 on the legacy driver are suggested to switch over to the Nouveau open-source driver.

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