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Wine 1.9.24

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  • Wine Announcement

    The Wine development release 1.9.24 is now available.

  • Wine 1.9.24 Ships With More Fixes & Improvements

    Wine 1.9.24 is out as the newest bi-weekly development release of this program for running Windows binaries on Linux and other operating systems.

    Wine 1.9.24 isn't the most exciting release by far in recent memory but does have support for unordered access views in Direct3D, fixes to regression tests, improvements in HID support, and various bug-fixes. In total there are 28 known bug-fixes with this new version.

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  • Wine 1.9.24 Improves Support for Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Zombie Army Trilogy

    A new Wine development release arrived, versioned 1.9.24, two weeks after the Wine 1.9.23 snapshot, to improve support for several Windows games, as well as to add various improvements and bug fixes.

    The biggest improvements implemented in the Wine 1.9.24 development release are support for unordered access views in Direct3D, a bunch of new enhancements to HID support, as well as lots of fixes in the regression tests. So, as you can see, it's a very light and quite insignificant update, but then there are the bug fixes.

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