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Typeemulator, hypervisor
Host platformWindows, macOS, Linux
Guest platformmultiple [note 1]
Latest version7.0.0
Released on19 April 2022

QEMU (which stands for Quick Emulator[2]) is an emulator that replicates the functionality of various hardware devices. It is mostly based around the Linux environment and runs via command line, although several third-party GUI launchers are also available. QEMU provides support for hardware/software-based acceleration, which includes (but is not limited to) KVM, HAXM, WHPX and HVF, and formerly KQEMU.

On Linux, QEMU has multiple graphical user interfaces such as virt-manager or gnome-boxes.

Supported guest operating systems[edit | edit source]

Mac OS versions[edit | edit source]

QEMU can also emulate several Mac OS versions.

68k versions[edit | edit source]

PPC versions[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. See the QEMU documentation for the full list

References[edit | edit source]