Hear that? It's the sound of a cork popping off the latest release of Wine, the open source compatibility layer that lets Windows apps run on Linux.
Wine 6.0 is the latest stable release of the open source Windows compatibility layer. Find out what's new and improved, and how to install it on Ubuntu.
It just got easier to install Wine 4.0 on Linux Mint 19 thanks to a backport by Linux Mint developers and a new meta package to streamline install.
Wine 4.0 is now available to download, letting users run Windows apps and games on Linux and other UNIX-based systems. The popular Windows compatibility layer — Wine stands for ‘Wine Is Not an Emulator’ — […]
Another week, another roundup of recent Linux app, utility and distro releases. This week we’re taking in a variety of projects, including a popular terminal tool, a development update a famous Windows compatibility layer, and […]
A popular PC racing game has sped its way on to the Ubuntu Snap store — and I think you’re gonna dig it. It’s called ‘TrackMania Nations Forever’ (TMNF) and, for some of you, it will […]
As you may know Google is bringing Linux apps to Chromebooks — but did you realise that the feature could pave the way for Windows apps, too? Yup, we’re talking Wine, the Windows software compatibility that is […]
It might soon be easier to install your favourite Windows apps on Linux, thanks to a fledgling new project. It’s called Winepak and, as you might guess from the name, it’s focused on packaging Wine applications as Flatpak […]
Wine 3.0.1 has been released for Linux. The latest version of the tool, which lets you run Windows software on Linux, features more than 60 bug fixes, including improvements to Microsoft Office.
Why yes, dear reader, that is the sound of the year’s finest Wine being served up. After a year ageing in development Wine 3.0 is now available to download. Wine is, for those of you […]
CrossOver 17 is now available. It brings support for Microsoft Office 2016 on Linux, WINE performance improvements, and a slate of bug fixes and features.
An official release of Sonic Mania on Linux is about as likely as the return of the name ‘Robotnik’ — but Linux users don’t have to miss out on all of the fun. The Windows […]