Hardware emulation is a basic pillar of history. It allows us to preserve and learn about older devices in a way that wasn't possible before computers: we can achieve perfect replication of the original hardware in another medium (software), so even if the original breaks or disappears the emulated version will still be present and functional.

In this page you'll find a list of the emulation software I use or have used in a not so long past, either with Linux or with Windows (and sometimes both). It is not exhaustive [1], as long as something works well enough I'll keep using it. Note that I have only included links to emulation software itself, not to BIOS nor ROMs/games.





[1]: If you want an exhaustive list, you can try for example Awesome Emulators.

Emulation page, written by Kartones