In 1996, a group of computer programmers started a project named Xboard. Xboards had its origin in the University in Colorado at Boulder. Later, it was moved to MIT and then to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was supposed to be a user-friendly system to control the distribution of electronic slides.
However, since its release, many chess enthusiasts have been using it for many different applications. So, during the month of february, when the new version of Winboard came out, many of these people were confused because they didn't know what to do. Below are some events and situations where the Win board appeared in very different places.
During the month of february, the Xboard software was released in the market. At that time, the software was undergoing some corrections, especially regarding the interface and the commands entered. Many of the possible future releases of Winboard will correct these problems. In the coming months, I believe that the Win board will gain more popularity among chess enthusiasts all over the world. plans to update the Win board software and in february there will be no new Win board products. The Win board is still under production.