- Published in issue 5/1998 on page 0
Using a PC to mimic other systems
In computer land there is no such thing as a globally standardised system. Over the years many manufacturers have come up with software which only runs on their specific systems, and many of you have witnessed the rise and demise of many computer types. Fortunately, a fair number of emulation programs is available these days, allowing software written for other computer systems to be run on an IBM PC or compatible. This article aims at presenting an overview of a miscellany of emulators which in most cases may be obtained at no cost from the Internet.