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Revision as of 19:56, 3 December 2018

The IBM Personal Computer is the original name of the PC architecture. The first model, the IBM PC 5150, was released in 1981. Over the course of thirty years, it and "IBM PC-compatibles" began to dominate the enterprise and consumer world thanks to IBM's move to use an open architecture, which allowed a ton of add-ons and peripherals to form markets of their own.

Emulators

Name Operating System(s) Latest Version 8086 emulation* 286 emulation 386 emulation 486 emulation Pentium emulation* Active Recommended
PC
86Box Windows Git
PCem Windows, Linux 14
DOSBox Multi-platform 0.74-2
SVN
DOSBox-X Multi-platform 0.82.10 ~
QEMU Windows, Linux, macOS 3.1.0-rc2 ? ? ? ? ?
Bochs Windows, Linux, BSD, OS/2,
BeOS, MorphOS, AmigaOS
2.6.9
MAME Multi-platform 0.231 ? ? ? ? ?
PCjs Web browser Git
DOSEmu Linux 1.4.0 ? ? ? ? ?
DOSEmu2 Linux 2.0pre8 ? ? ? ? ?
Mobile
DOSBox Multi-platform 0.74
SVN
QEMU Android 3.1.0-rc2 ? ? ? ? ?
Bochs Android 2.6.9
aDOSBox Android 0.2.5
AnDOSBox Android 1.2.8
DosBox Turbo Android 2.2.0
gDosBox Android 0.7.5.5
Magic Dosbox Android 1.0.61
Consoles
Bochs PlayStation 2 2.6.9

*8086 emulation includes the 8088 CPU. *Pentium emulation includes variants and the Pentium II.

Notes

DOSBox-X
The Git readme file (Under the Comments on what DOSBox-X is lacking) for DOSBox-X states that "DOSBox-X contains code only to emulate the 8088 through the Pentium Pro. If Pentium II or higher emulation is desired, consider using Bochs or QEMU instead. DOSBox-X may eventually develop Pentium II emulation..." if the user demand is there.

Models

IBM PC/XT

Short for the IBM Personal Computer XT 5160, the PC/XT was a version of the IBM PC with a built-in hard drive released on March 8, 1983. Apart from the Winchester disk, it was essentially the same as the original PC, with only minor improvements. The XT was mainly intended as an enhanced IBM PC for business users. Later floppy-only models would effectively replace the original model 5150 PC. A corresponding 3270 PC featuring 3270 terminal emulations was released later in October 1983. Later, the PC/AT 5170 was released with many enhancements, the most major of which was probably the 286 processor.