PCem (short for PC Emulator) is an IBM PC emulator for Windows and Linux that specializes in running old operating systems and software that are designed for IBM PC compatibles. Originally developed as an IBM PC XT emulator, it later added support for other IBM PC compatible computers as well. A fork known as 86Box is also available, which includes a number of added features, such as support for SCSI and additional boards. On 14 June 2021, lead developer Sarah Walker announced her departure from the project. A new maintainer, Michael Manley, was appointed on 18 December 2021. During the interim period with no maintainer, the project's forums were closed. More information...

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