Emulation

An emulator is hardware or software that enables one computer system (called the host) to behave like another computer system (called the guest). An emulator typically enables the host system to run software or use peripheral devices designed for the guest system. Emulation refers to the ability of a computer program in an electronic device to emulate (or imitate) another program or device.

PTEM is a general-purpose non-gaming DOS emulator for Windows x86 and x64. PTEM is designed to run non-gaming DOS applications in all current Windows versions without NTVDM (NT Virtual DOS Machine). PTEM provides advanced features such as support for multi-user applications, printing to Windows-only (GDI) printers, tighter integration with Windows and enhanced keyboard, mouse and display support.

Features
  • It runs in both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.
  • The text-mode DOS screen (either in a window or full-screen) is fully scalable with a TTF font.
  • Run your DOS applications reliably in a DOS virtual machine.
  • Network support and multi-user environment friendly with file and record locking.
  • Support for multi-monitor setups, on-screen text styles, border/edge padding, mouse wheel scrolling.
  • Powerful printing to print to PCL, and PDF PostScript printers as well as Windows-only (GDI) printers.