Last week we told you all about the new improvements and fixes implemented in the Wine 1.9.17 development release, and now it's time to inform our readers about the latest stable Wine release, version 1.8.4.
Wine 1.8.4 has been announced today, August 22, 2016, and it's the most advanced stable build of the open-source software GNU/Linux users can use to run various applications and games that are designed only for the proprietary Microsoft Windows computer operating system.
This new stable Wine update comes two months after the release of the previous maintenance version, Wine 1.8.3 (announced June 16, 2016), and it promises to fix a total of 50 issues reported by users since then, as well as to add support for more graphics cards to the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) description table.
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