I have a question, is installing wine-stable in the terminal is better than installing it from the software store?. I’m confused in terms of its packages. Hoping for your answer sir.
It’s best to install Wine by clicking the “Install Windows App Support” button after opening a .exe or .msi file. The easy and graphical way to do it.
However, if you wish to install it using the Terminal, we would recommend you to enter this command:
sudo apt install zorin-windows-app-support
This installs the latest available version of Wine (newer than in the Ubuntu repositories of the base system) as well as other tools and utilities for running Windows apps better.