Apple WWW server.
Macintosh WWW page.
Macintosh emulators at wilbur.stanford.edu.
- AMax [Amiga]
This is a commercial emulator including special hardware.
Cracked versions of this emulator working without any additional
hardware are known though.
- Emplant [Amiga]
This is also a commercial emulator produced by Utilities
Unlimited headed by Jim Drew. Emulation uses special Emplant
board which is promised to emulate other platforms as well.
You will need an image of the Macintosh ROMs stored in a file.
- ShapeShifter [Amiga]
ShapeShifter is a shareware Mac emulator for Amiga. It doesn't
require any additional hardware and multitasks. ROMs image
- Executor [IBM PC]
- MAE [Unix/X]
MAE [Macintosh Emulation Environment] is a Macintosh emulator
for Solaris 2.3 SPARCs and HPUX 9 HP workstations. It is developed
by Apple and allows to run many off-the-shelf Macintosh applications
in a window. More information, including a trial version, is
Apple II WWW page.
Apple II History.
Apple II Emulation FAQ.
Apple II emulators at wilbur.stanford.edu.
- Apple 2000 [Amiga]
Public domain emulator. You will need ROM images from
a real Apple II.
- AppleOnAmiga [Amiga]
Emulator by Claudio Nieder [firstname.lastname@example.org] written in Modula-2.
It emulates 64kB Apple II with two disk drives and runs BASIC programs
at about 1/10 the speed of a real machine. Disk access is as slow as
1/60 of original Apple II [A3000/25MHz was used for testing]. You
will need ROM images and at least 0.5MB continuous RAM.
- STM [Macintosh]
"Stop The Madness" emulator.
- YAE [Unix/X]
"Yet Another Emulator" by Doug Kwan [email@example.com].
Newton WWW server.