Developers of the awesome Wine application that allows you to run Windows programs on other operating systems such as Android and Linux. Have this week announced the release of its new Wine 3.0 application which is now available to download and install. The latest version represents 12 months of development and includes over 6,000 individual changes to enhance and improve the application even further. For a full list of all the improvements too long to be listed here jump over to the official release notes on the WineHQ website.
Main highlights of the new version of Wine 3.0 include support for Direct3D 10 and 11, Direct3D command stream, Android graphics driver and improved DirectWrite and Direct2D support. The development team at Wine have also explained that because of the annual release schedule a number of features that are currently still in development have been rolled back to be released in the next of element cycle. These include Direct3D 12 and Vulkan support, as well as OpenGL ES support to enable Direct3D on Android.
Wine Has been specifically designed to enableenables Linux, Mac, FreeBSD, and Solaris users to run Windows applications without a copy of Microsoft Windows. Wine is free software that is under constant development by a dedicated team. For full details and to download your copy of Wine 3.0 for free jump over to the official website by following the link below.Filed Under: Linux News, Technology News, Top News