This question has come up repeatedly in my correspondence recently.
And this question is by all means legitimate, because in the world of computer chess, engines are very often named and described in different ways by different creators and developers and also by people involved in compiling chess engines (creating engines from source code).
Our chess blog (yes, our blog, since you also influence the content that appears on it) aims, among other things, to share knowledge and experiences of our chess passion.
And that's why, in response to so many inquiries from users of various devices and operating systems, I'm publishing a How to series in which I provide detailed answers on this topic.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the very high interest in the newly created Files section.
I am extremely pleased that there are so many and more chess enthusiasts who use my compilations of free open source chess engines.
Thank you again, I appreciate it.
I will be grateful for each to share the link(s) to my blog with others interested in the subject of computer chess.
In the Files area you will find free chess engines for download.