Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 21st Oct 2007 10:50 UTC, submitted by Michael
Benchmarks "This week's release of Ubuntu 7.10 is a significant win for the free software community. Not only does this release incorporate an updated package set - most notably with the Linux 2.6.22 kernel and GNOME 2.20, but it also delivers on new desktop innovations from BulletProofX and displayconfig-gtk to Compiz Fusion being enabled by default on supported systems. However, for those business professionals and gamers that remain dependent on some Windows-only binary applications, the WINE project has been making some excellent headway into supporting Windows applications on the Linux desktop. With Ubuntu 7.10 and WINE 0.9.46 in hand, we had set out to compare the performance between Windows XP and Gutsy Gibbon with WINE on two popular DirectX benchmarks."
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Wine mythbusting ....
by autumnlover on Sun 21st Oct 2007 12:26 UTC
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Well, it seems that myth about Wine being fast and capable Windows replacement for gaming is definitely BUSTED.

Are you agree width me, Jamie ?


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