6800/6809 Emulator: This is a Windows 9x/NT GUI emulation of the SWTPc 6800 and 6809 systems.

Altair8800: Source code for Arduino Altair 8800 simulator.

Ancient UNIX/BSD emulation on Windows: Providing an easy to use platform for running Ancient UNIX & BSD on windows.

Apple //jse: An Apple //e Emulator in JavaScript.

Apple 1js: An Apple 1 Emulator in JavaScript.

Apple ][js: An Apple 2 Emulator in JavaScript.

AppleLogic: The AppleLogic website is all about FPGAs and Apple systems. After thirty odd years since the initial introduction of the Apple II and more than fourteen years since it was discontinued, new FPGA technologies have given this fascinating and incredibly popular computer a new lease of life. The FPGA has also enabled many experimental platforms to be developed, which are the perfect foundation for building other complex vintage Apple systems, amongst other popular systems of the era.

beebjit: A very fast BBC Micro emulator.

BlinkenBone: Extend the SimH simulator with real or simulated console panels.

BMC64: BMC64 is a bare metal C64 Emulator (using VICE) for the Raspberry Pi (Models 2 & 3). There is no bloated O/S to boot and the emulator has direct access to hardware resulting in better performance than the Linux based distributions. VICE dependencies are satisfied using circle-stdlib. An option to switch to VIC20, C128 and PLUS/4 models is included in v3.0+.

Commodore PET 2001

Computer Simulation and History (SIMH): This site documents my work on SimH, a simulator for historic computer systems, as well as papers and reflections on the history of computing, particularly at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).

DCMOTO Accueil (FRA): Les ordinateurs 8 bits Thomson ont été conçus en France par la SIMIV, une filiale de Thomson. Ils ont été produits entre 1982 et 1989, utilisent tous le micro-processeur 6809 de Motorola et se déclinent en deux gammes distinctes : TO et MO. DCMOTO émule dans Windows les MO5, MO5E, MO5N, MO5NR, MO6, T9000, TO7, TO7/70, TO8, TO8D, TO9, TO9+ et l'Olivetti Prodest PC128. Plus de 1000 jeux et programmes divers pour les ordinateurs Thomson, et plus de 200 livres et documents, sont également disponibles sur le site.

Edsac Simulator: The Edsac simulator is a faithful software evocation of the EDSAC computer as it existed in 1949-51. The user interface has all the controls and displays of the original machine, and the system includes a library of original programs, subroutines, and debugging software. The simulator is intended for use in teaching the history of computing; as a tutorial introduction to the classic “von Neumann” computer; or as an historical experience for current computer practitioners.

emuStudio: emuStudio is free, cross-platform toy-computer emulation platform and framework. It is designed mainly for the “academic” sphere to help getting the “know how” and experiment with how computers work. Some real computer emulators are provided, like: MITS Altair 8800, SSEM (a.k.a. “Baby”).

EmuWiki: Welcome to EmuWiki, a site dedicated to emulators (and not only).

FreeAXP: FreeAXP is a free Avanti™ virtual Alpha technology demonstrator. It provides a virtual AlphaServer 400 equipped with 1 CPU, 128MB memory, 7 disk drives, two NICs, and two virtual serial ports. It is hosted on Windows 32-bit* and 64-bit systems and includes an unrestricted usage license. FreeAXP allows unlimited testing of virtual Alpha implementation without commitment to purchase products or services.

Javatari: The online Atari 2600 emulator.

MC-10 Emulator: Yet another javascript emulator, this time for the legendary *ahem* MC-10 microcomputer by Tandy Corp!

MITS Altair Simulator: Here is a faithful simulation of a MITS Altair, complete with fan noise, switch clicks, volatile memory, and a functioning Intel 8080 processor. It works just like a real Altair, and runs at the correct 2Mhz clock speed. It's the real thing. But virtual.

PCjs Machines: Welcome to PCjs, home of PCx86, the original IBM PC simulation that runs in your web browser.

Qaop/JS: HTML5 ZX Spectrum emulator.

RunCPM: Z80 CP/M 2.2 emulator. RunCPM is an application which can execute vintage CP/M 8 bits programs on many modern platforms, like Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, MS-DOS, Arduino DUE and variants, like the Teensy or ESP32. It can be built both on 32 and 64 bits host environments and should be easily portable to other platforms. RunCPM is fully written in C and in a modular way, so porting to other platforms should be only a matter of writing an abstraction layer file for it. No modification to the main code modules should be necessary.

Software Library: Amiga: These emulated Amiga software programs consist of demos and music disks from 20 years of community coding.

Software Library: MS-DOS Games: Software for MS-DOS machines that represent entertainment and games. The collection includes action, strategy, adventure and other unique genres of game and entertainment software.

Spacewar!: Play Spacewar! on a web emulated PDP-1.

TAWS: The Amiga Workbench Simulation.

The DEC Emulation Website: The purpose of these web pages are to aid people in finding all the bits and pieces that they'll need in order to set up the OS or Software of their choice (if possible) running under an emulator. This site started out as a page about PDP-10 emulation, which will continue to be its main focus.

TRS-80 Emulators for Windows and MS-DOS: Matthew Reed's emulators, utilities, and development tools for TRS-80 Models 1/3/4.

XRoar Online: XRoar Online is a Dragon emulator in your browser. It emulates all of the Dragon 32, Dragon 64, Tandy Colour Computers 1 & 2, and some similar machines. It supports dynamically fetching cassette and disk images from the web into your computer's RAM to be used with the emulated machine.

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