Wine 2.15 release, Windows application compatibility layer
Wine 2.15 released. Wine (the abbreviation of “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is a compatible layer that can run Windows applications on a variety of POSIX-compliant operating systems such as Linux, macOS, and BSD. Wine is not like a virtual machine or simulator imitate the same internal Windows logic, but the translation of the Windows API call into a dynamic POSIX call, eliminating the performance and other behavior of the memory footprint, so you can cleanly set the Windows application to your desktop.
The update is as follows:
- Supports AES encryption
- Improved Bezier supported in Direct2D
- Improved WinInet block transfer.
- Various bug fixes.