Abandonware DOS title

Emulators and front-ends

An emulator is software that enables one computer system, known as the host, to behave like another computer system, known as the guest. This allows the host system to run software or use peripheral devices designed for the guest system. Emulators are commonly used for various purposes, including running software from different platforms, testing software on different environments, and preserving older hardware and software for historical or compatibility reasons.

Most popular emulator applications

applicationWindows XP/98/95, Linux
D-Fend Reloaded
applicationWindows XP/98/95, Windows
DBGL: DOSBox Game Launcher

Emulator applications

  • dfend-1
    Windows XP/98/95Windows2008freeware4.2/5

    D-Fend Reloaded it's one of the most user-friendly front ends for the popular DOS-BOX emulator. The installer download includes the latest versione of DOS-BOX and is available for free for Windows

  • dbgl-01

    DBGL is a free and open-source frontend for DOSBox available for many platforms, developed in Java.

  • dosbox-1
    Windows XP/98/95Linux2002freeware4.2/5
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