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[ 2019-02-09 07:50:15 ]👍 1
top 2019 graphics
[ 2019-02-09 11:50:24 ]👍 1
suve bänger :D
[ 2019-02-09 13:42:49 ]👍 0
What is better to use for software/games, Wine (3.0/4.0/etc), Or, Wine-staging, And why is one better than the other, currently I use Manjaro KDE and can only have one or the other installed at any one time, so, I wanted to know what's going to give me the best performance and compatibility?
[ 2019-02-09 13:54:35 ] 👍 0
staging versions have custom patches, like for uplay and origin to work and some game specific fixes etc. vanilla 3.0 is too old for normal use, unless theres some game that works great with it and you dont really care about anything else.
[ 2019-02-09 13:57:11 ] 👍 0
also, yeah you can have 1 or other installed but that doesnt mean you can't use multiple, if you look at my DXVK Tutorial on my channel (which now mostly is outdated though, as you dont need that many steps anymore) you can build wine package without installing it, extracting its contents to a folder where you want and use the script to run that specific wine version. Other way is to just use Lutris, if you are not comfortable with scripts
[ 2019-02-09 13:57:35 ] 👍 0
+Xpander69 Would you recommend Wine 4.0 or Wine Staging then? Newest version of Wine Staging
[ 2019-02-09 14:19:16 ] 👍 0
+Xpander69 Yeah, I use Lutris currently, so If I have Lutris in use, I don't need to replace Wine 4.0 with Wine-staging system wide?