The Pi4 is definitely a
much more powerful processor (4 cores at 1.5GHz) with more
RAM (now up to 8GB with some fancy 32-bit paging).
However, the Pi is an ARM
processor and APRSIS32 is compiled for the x86 processors.
Since WINE is typically run in a Linux environment also on
x86 processors, it doesn't translate across the processors.
It mostly translates to the host OS. There was a version of
WINE for the PI, but there are so few apps compiled for the
Pi processor, that it created high expectations that it
couldn't deliver on.
Exagear was a true
"emulator" that allowed the x86 code to run on the Pi's
processor. However, the processor in the Pi4 made so many
drastic changes to key things like hardware I/O addressing
and even memory addressing, it has been hard for Exagear to
catch up. It looks like they gave up in February.
There is a newer
'custom' version of WINE for the Pi that does a much
better job, but it requires a customer Kernel and some
modifications to the WINE configuration. I think it
requires some custom QEMU settings as well. There are a
few YouTube videos if you search on "WINE on the Pi4".
Good luck - report back if
you actually get it running!