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| developer = Miran Grca (Battler)
 
| developer = Miran Grca (Battler)
  
| host = [[Microsoft Windows|Windows]] (x86)
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| host = [[Windows]] (x86)
 
| guest = 8086 through Pentium
 
| guest = 8086 through Pentium
  
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| link = https://86box.github.io/
 
| link = https://86box.github.io/
 
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'''86Box''' (formerly ''PCem-X'', ''PCem Experimental'' or ''PCem Unofficial'') is a hypervisor and IBM PC system emulator based on [[PCem]] that specializes in running old operating systems and software designed for IBM PC systems and compatibles from 1981 through fairly recent system designs based on the PCI bus. It emulates a number of computer systems together with accessories including graphics cards, network interface controllers, sound cards, storage controllers, mice and printers, which can be freely combined.
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'''86Box''' (formerly ''PCem-X'', ''PCem Experimental'' or ''PCem Unofficial'') is a hypervisor and IBM PC system emulator based on [[PCem]] that specializes in running old operating systems and software designed for IBM PC systems and compatibles from 1981 through fairly recent system designs based on the PCI bus. It emulates a number of computer systems together with accessories including graphics cards, network interface controllers, sound cards, storage controllers, mice and printers, which can be freely combined.  
  
 
== Supported guest operating systems ==
 
== Supported guest operating systems ==
 
* [[MS-DOS]] and compatible operating systems
 
* [[MS-DOS]] and compatible operating systems
* [[Microsoft Windows]] versions up to [[Windows XP]] (including pre-reset [[Windows Vista|Windows Longhorn]] builds and [[Windows Vista build 3790.1232]])
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* [[Microsoft Windows]] versions up to [[Windows XP]] (including pre-reset [[Windows Longhorn]] builds and [[Windows Vista build 3790.1232]])
 
* [[OS/2]]
 
* [[OS/2]]
 
* [[Linux]] distributions that support running at least on a Pentium
 
* [[Linux]] distributions that support running at least on a Pentium
 
* [[BeOS]]
 
* [[BeOS]]
* [[NeXTSTEP]] 3.1 to 3.3, OPENSTEP 4.0 to 4.2 (including [[Mac OS X Server 1.x|Apple Rhapsody developer releases]])
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* [[NEXTSTEP]] 3.1 to 3.3, OPENSTEP 4.0 to 4.2 (including Apple Rhapsody developer releases)
* Minix-PC 1.x, 2.x
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*Minix-PC 1.x, 2.x
* BSD (Only FreeBSD 6.x and OpenBSD i386 tested, NetBSD/i386 has some boot issue.)
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*BSD (Only FreeBSD 6.x and OpenBSD i386 tested, NetBSD/i386 has some boot issue.)
 
 
 
== Emulated hardware ==
 
== Emulated hardware ==
 
* CPU: Any CPU from an 8086/8088 to a Pentium MMX 300 MHz is supported, including IDT/Cyrix/AMD variants. Select Pentium II processors are also available. A dynamic recompiler is available, optional for 486 and WinChip and mandatory for Pentium and later processors.
 
* CPU: Any CPU from an 8086/8088 to a Pentium MMX 300 MHz is supported, including IDT/Cyrix/AMD variants. Select Pentium II processors are also available. A dynamic recompiler is available, optional for 486 and WinChip and mandatory for Pentium and later processors.
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* S3 Vision864 (Phoenix and Paradise Bahamas 64)
 
* S3 Vision864 (Phoenix and Paradise Bahamas 64)
 
* S3 Vision964 (Diamond Stealth 64 VRAM)
 
* S3 Vision964 (Diamond Stealth 64 VRAM)
* S3 Trio64 (Number Nine, Phoenix and Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM)
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* S3 Trio64 (Number Nine, Phoenix and Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM)
 
* S3 ViRGE (325/DX/VX variants)
 
* S3 ViRGE (325/DX/VX variants)
 
* 3dfx Voodoo (original and Voodoo 2)
 
* 3dfx Voodoo (original and Voodoo 2)
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== Screenshots ==
 
== Screenshots ==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
File:2019-05-02 235751.png|IBM Personal Computer Basic C1.10
 
 
File:86Box 2017-07-22 14-48-38.png|Rhapsody DR2
 
File:86Box 2017-07-22 14-48-38.png|Rhapsody DR2
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
  
 
[[Category:Emulators]]
 
[[Category:Emulators]]

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