Windows software that allows users to emulate processors and programs from Macintosh and Windows personal computers of the 1980s and 1990s.
Windows Vista / Windows ME / Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 8 / Windows 2003 / Windows 95 / Windows 7 / Windows 98
The EMU8086 Microprocessor Emulator is a program that allows users to emulate hardware on Windows PCs.
If you're doing higher level work on your computer, it's only natural that you may need to run a virtual machine. Simulating hardware is often useful for a number of professional and amateur tasks, and finding a good emulator is a good way to help you along this path. While there are probably dozens of great emulators out there, the EMU8086 is a good starting point for many users. It has its flaws, of course, but that doesn't mean that it should be completely ignored.
As with other reviews, it's best to start with the admission that this emulator is a pretty basic product. You're not going to be able to do everything you'd need to do with it, nor are you going to be able to finesse it to get exactly what you want all the time. Instead, it's good to look at this product as a first emulator, something you can use to learn the ropes and get some basic results. That is, of course, if you can get past the interface - it's not as friendly as you would hope and it can be very frustrating for new users.
This is a good emulator that suffers by comparison to other products on the market. It works fine for basic use and it's probably going to get the job done for most novices. It won't change the way you program, though, and it won't do everything. This is a starter program that is good for people who need something quickly.