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    Talking Geek Heaven: An Amiga 500 Emulator in Chrome

    Specifically needs Chrome: Amiga 500 Emulator: A Portable Native Client demo

    I am a grown man, and I squeed with delight. I will now spend my entire morning playing with Say

    (Source: Run the Amiga 500 in your browser with Portable Native Client | Ars Technica)

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    Some more browser based emulators:

    Link 1: IBM PC XT (Model 5160) running Windows v1.01 [Type C: then CD Windows then win to run Windows]

    Link 2: James Friend | PCE.js IBM PC/XT in the Browser [Windows 3: Didn't work very well for me: Using Chrome]

    Link 3: PCE.js Classic Mac OS in the Browser

    Link 4: PCE.js IBM PC/DOS in the Browser [Again didn't work well for me: My computer doesn't have the grunt. Type CD Wolf and then Wolf3d for Wolfenstein 3D. Other games: Civilization and Monkey Island]

    The next link does not point to emulators but interactive screenshots of old Windows and Mac operating systems:

    Link 5: Virtual Operating Systems for Windows and Macintosh

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Some more browser based emulators:

    Link 1: IBM PC XT (Model 5160) running Windows v1.01 [Type C: then CD Windows then win to run Windows]

    Link 3: PCE.js Classic Mac OS in the Browser
    These two might just be the best I've seen on the web in a while. Fantastic. Especially the MacOS emulator running Aldus Pagemaker!!!

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