Emulators for Windows

I first heard of emulators when I undergone product training as a computer technician. What are emulators? According to wikipedia, " An emulator duplicates (provides an emulation of) the functions of one system using a different system, so that the second system behaves like (and appears to be) the first system. This focus on exact reproduction of external behavior is in contrast to some other forms of computer simulation, which can concern an abstract model of the system being simulated." In other words, emulators try to translate or interpret the original program code of the original program and try to make it work on your PC.


Software emulators are software tools that can emulate a particular CPU. Using a software emulator you can debug through your code and find out CPU register values, stack pointers and other information without having a real CPU. Software emulators are useful when you don’t have the real hardware available for testing and debugging and want to see how the CPU will
behave when a program is run on it.

Here are some of the emulator websites we are using in troubleshooting computer over the phone:

1. ScreenShots Modemhelp - http://screenshots.modemhelp.net/

2. Total Emulator - http://www.temulator.com

3. Vistualise - http://www.vistualise.org/

4. Virtual Pages and Virtual Applications for Windows and Macintosh - http://www.virtualdesktop.org/

5. Bobs Tech Help - Screenshots and Tutorials For Techs -

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