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B7094 IBM7094 Emulator v3.3b
B7094 IBM7094 Emulator v3.3b B7094 is a simulator/emulator program for the IBM 7000 series computers that were produced from the early 1950s to the late 1960s. The IBM 7000 machines were for a time, the largest and most powerful widely used computers in the world. These machines started with the first generation vacuum tube based 704/709, and were followed in 1959 by the second generation transistorized 7090/7094 and 7040/7044 models. They generally had no disk storage (though that did come later), and made heavy use of magnetic tape and punched cards. This simulator has a graphical interface with separate windows for the main console with all its flashing lights, the card reader, the line printer and all the tape drives, as well as several other specialized windows. It can run the 7000 series operating system "IBSYS," and can compile and execute programs written in Fortran, Cobol, and Assembler. All the required 7000 series software to do that is included in the distribution. Note: B7094 is a Windows program, but it has been reported to run properly on Linux under Wine. To avoid needing the user to have any detailed knowledge of how these machines and their software operated, the simulator provides some prepackaged demonstrations that are easily managed and viewed, thanks to the emulator's built-in scripting language. Installing the simulator and running the demonstrations is extremely easy to do: 1. Download the distribution RAR file 2. Extract it into a new folder (Use 7-Zip 64bit or 7-Zip 32bit to unzip 3. Run B7094.EXE in the created "Bin" sub-folder 4. Click on the options displayed to select from the many demonstrations available. B7094 makes no changes to the Windows registry or any other part of the system other than its install folder. Deleting the RAR file and the install folder will completely remove B704 from your system. The source is included in the distribution, ...
5/5 1,311 Jul 06, 2019
bertoid
Bochs x86 PC emulator v2.6.11
Bochs x86 PC emulator v2.6.11 Bochs is a x86 PC emulation software package that emulates enough of the x86 CPU, related AT hardware, and BIOS to run Windows, Linux, *BSD, Minix, and other OS's, all on your workstation. Bochs with 2 CPUs running Windows NT4.0 Bochs with 2 CPUs running Windows XP This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Changes in 2.6.11 (January 5, 2020): - General - Added 64-bit support to the NSIS installer script - Several fixes in the build system based on Debian patches - CPU / CPUDB - Bugfixes for CPU emulation correctness - Many critical bugfixes for Protection Keys, AVX512*, VMX/SVM, SHA, GFNI emulation ! Implemented CET (Control Flow Enforcement Technology) emulation according to Intel SDM rev071 - I/O Devices - Added missing Cirrus SVGA bitblt feature "transparent color compare" - Some fixes in HPET emulation (patch by Oleg) - Fixed disk image lock mechanism in the USB MSD case - BIOS / VGABIOS - LGPL'd VGABIOS updated to version 0.7b (Fixed VESA extension 'read EDID' for Bochs VBE and Cirrus) - Updated SeaBIOS ROM image to current version 1.13.0 - Added SeaVGABIOS ROM image for the Cirrus adapter - Bochs BIOS built to work with CPU level 5 again Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 197 Dec 02, 2020
Bochs Dev Team
VICE- the Versatile Commodore Emulator v3.4
VICE- the Versatile Commodore Emulator v3.4 VICE is a program that runs on a Unix, MS-DOS, Win32, OS/2, Acorn RISC OS, BeOS, QNX 4.x, QNX 6.x, Amiga, GP2X, Dingoo, Syllable or Mac OS X machine and executes programs intended for the old 8-bit computers. The current version emulates the C64, the C64DTV, the C128, the VIC20, almost all PET models, the PLUS4 and the CBM-II (aka C610). This file has been upgraded to 64bit. If you need Vice for 32bit, click here. Use 7-Zip 32bit or 7-Zip 64bit to unzip this file. Changes in Vice 3.4 ===================== ** General ---------- - Remove support for Syllable OS, SCO, QNX4, QNX6, SGI, AIX, OpenStep/NextStep/ Rhapsody, Solaris/OpenIndiana and remaining traces of Minix, NeXT, SKYOS, UNIXWARE, Sortix - Remove remaining traces of support for WATCOM, MSVC, OpenWatcom - Remove aRts support - Remove YUV rendering - Remove generation of .chm, .hlp and .info files. Please use the .pdf or .html - skip building x64 unless --enable-x64 is passed to configure - do not use the new/experimental 8580 filters unless --enable-new8580filter is passed to configure - update pattern generator for uninitialized ram. changed defaults so all raminitpattern tests pass. - remove block device disk image (rawdrive) "support". in linux it was never needed (just use the device file) and on windows it was never implemented. - added support for the IP232 protocol that was used by the long lost VICE1.19 hack, and which is supported by tcpser for emulating DTR/DCD (carrier detect) - various userport rs232 fixes - always save gifs as gif89 - added a couple shift flags to keyboard maps to support virtual cbm/ctrl and mandatory pressed host modifiers. not all keymaps have been updated yet. - ACIA IRQ fix - create empty half tracks when mounting d64. fixes skew.d64 - new headless port that can be enabled by passing --enable-headlessui to configure. this can be ...
5/5 2,778 Jan 30, 2020
VICE Team
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator for MAC
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator (TI-83+, 84+ and more) for MAC WabbitStudio Z80 Software Tools: Wabbitemu - An accurate emulator/debugger for the TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83+(SE), TI-84+(SE), TI-84+CSE, TI-85, and TI-86 SPASM - The fastest Z80 assembler with extra features supporting TI calculator development Wabbitcode - An integrated development environment with auto-complete, syntax-highlighting, and comprehensive source-level debugging TI has discontinued the ability to download OS updates. New users to Wabbitemu will need to locate a ROM file. This can be done by dumping the software from your calculator using a link cable, or by searching online.
5/5 3,515 Apr 09, 2017
Wabbitemu Team
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator for Windows 32bit
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator (TI-83+, 84+ and more) for Windows 32bit WabbitStudio Z80 Software Tools: Wabbitemu - An accurate emulator/debugger for the TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83+(SE), TI-84+(SE), TI-84+CSE, TI-85, and TI-86 SPASM - The fastest Z80 assembler with extra features supporting TI calculator development Wabbitcode - An integrated development environment with auto-complete, syntax-highlighting, and comprehensive source-level debugging TI has discontinued the ability to download OS updates. New users to Wabbitemu will need to locate a ROM file. This can be done by dumping the software from your calculator using a link cable, or by searching online.
5/5 2,509 Nov 18, 2016
Wabbitemu Team
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator for Windows 64bit
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator (TI-83+, 84+ and more) for Windows 64bit WabbitStudio Z80 Software Tools: Wabbitemu - An accurate emulator/debugger for the TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83+(SE), TI-84+(SE), TI-84+CSE, TI-85, and TI-86 SPASM - The fastest Z80 assembler with extra features supporting TI calculator development Wabbitcode - An integrated development environment with auto-complete, syntax-highlighting, and comprehensive source-level debugging TI has discontinued the ability to download OS updates. New users to Wabbitemu will need to locate a ROM file. This can be done by dumping the software from your calculator using a link cable, or by searching online.
5/5 2,584 Nov 18, 2016
Wabbitemu Team
   
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