ROM managers are quality-of-life tools designed to organize a game collection for use in an emulator. It often serves two purposes; it can view any game an emulator supports and list the ones that you have, and it may also be able to fix any potential problems with the collection (as some projects like MAME require the presence of all ROM files in order to run a driver). Some ROM managers may even work as a frontend, by being able to launch an emulator from their UI.
|PC / x86|
|JRomManager||3.0.0 beta 12||✓||TBD|
|Romulus Rom Manager||0.049||✗||✗|
- Command line program - does not have a graphical interface.