Emulators are programs that allow you to operate a totally different system on your native computer. For example, emulators can allow you to run "Nintendo" brand games in Windows, or the Amiga Operating system on a Linux based computer. This category focuses on the emulation of the Macintosh computer on other operation systems, such as Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
This category is for the emulation of the Macintosh computer. Sites about the emulation on the Macintosh should be submitted to Computers: Emulators: Host Platforms: Macintosh.
Basilisk II is a program, known as an emulator, that will allow your BeOS, Unix, AmigaOS, OS X and/or Windows based computer to function as a 68k based Macintosh.
Submit sites that deal only with Basilisk II in specific. General Macintosh emulation should be moved up a level.
Executor is an "emulator" of the Macintosh computer than runs in Windows and Linux. More accurately described as a "run time environment," unlike other emulators, Executor does not require a Macintosh ROM image to function properly. It is a free, open-source project.
Please submit site that deal only with ARDI''s Executor product. General emulation sites can be listed in a higher category.
PearPC is a PPC Macntosh emulator for Windows, Linux and OS X. It's emulated machine supports OS X 10.0 to 10.4.
SheepShaver is an emulator of PPC Macintosh computers for Windows, Linux and OS X. It's emulated Machine supports Mac OS 7 though Mac OS 9.
vMac is a free program that will allow your PC, and even a newer Macintosh computer, to function as 68000 based Macintosh Plus computer. Development is lead by Philip Cummins, and it is ported to many platforms, including Windows, DOS and Linux. It is available free of charge.
Submit only sites that deal with vMac in specific. General Macintosh emulation sites should be moved up a level.