The Wine developers met at the end of October in Poland for the WineConf2017 annual Wine Conference to talk about the next major release, Wine 3.0, and it's awesome new features like Direct3D 11 and Android support, and promised to release Wine 3.0 to the world by the end of the year. And today they took the first step towards that promise, releasing the first Release Candidate (RC) version, Wine 3.0 RC1, which enables Direct3D 11 by default for Intel and AMD Radeon GPUs, AES encryption support on macOS, the ability to export registry entries with the reg.exe tool, and Progman DDE support.
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