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Wine 1.3.12 is released, this development release comes with some improvements and bug fixes. Support for multiple icon sizes in winemenubuilder, improvements to the help browser, initial stab at DOSBox integration, Various MSI fixes, Some fixes to the Wine debugger, … Continue reading
Wine development release 1.3.10 is now available, this developement release comes with Support for notification balloons in system tray. Obsolete AudioIO sound driver removed. More work on ActiveX support. Various MSI fixes. Preloader now used for 64-bit too. Translation updates. … Continue reading
Few days ago PlayOnLinux team announced that Call of Duty Black Ops is now available on playOnLinux , this mean that you can install the game by just a few clicks using PlayOnLinux. As mentioned in their forum , the … Continue reading
In this post i will show you how to install latest windows applications and games using wine in Linux. When you install wine the first time, wine will work but not all windows application and games will work properly because … Continue reading
PlayOnLinux 3.8.5 is available, this version is a bug fix and is hightly recommended to upgrade to this new version, otherwise you will not be able to use playonlinux.
PlayOnLinux 3.8.3 is now available! But what about 3.8.2? Due to a little mistake, 3.8.2 didn’t have the updated translations. So this is a bug fix release but also some new features are in.
PlayOnLInux 3.8 is now available ! This new version comes with a lot of new features and fixed many bugs, some plugins are now integrated in this software, adding a lot of features like for example: Capture – a new … Continue reading
PlayOnLinux 3.7.6 is now available ! This released comes to fix two major bugs : – Using an old wineversion to install a program caused problems – Compatibility with Lucid Lynx : Install window crashed when the user clicked on … Continue reading
Wine 1.1.42 is out, this version comes with many improvments and some new features like Support for shared 32/64-bit setups, dwarf debug info support for better backtraces, more standard actions supported in MSI, Support for TIFF image format in WinCodecs, … Continue reading