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MobaLiveCD – Portable Live CD Emulator

MobaLiveCD is a Free Portable Live CD Emulator that utilizes a Software front end for Qemu to enable you to run Linux Live CDs and other ISO’s portably from Windows without rebooting. Moreover, all of this can be stored and run directly from a portable USB device.

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DOSBox – Portable DOS Emulator

DOSBox is a portable DOS emulator or Portable DOSBox that can be used to run many old DOS games or applications that cannot be run on a modern Windows Operating System. It is great to use for those old DOS software applications or games you may have sitting around collecting dust. This portable DOS Emulator requires roughly 3.6MB for complete installation.

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Jnes – Portable NES Emulator

Jnes is an old school (NES) Nintendo Entertainment System Emulator that can be run from a portable device such as a USB flash drive. Jnes also includes an advanced database of “Pro Action Replay” and “Game Genie” cheat codes. Best of all it supports Kaillera netplay so you can play with or against your friends across the network. This Portable Entertainment System Emulator requires roughly 700KB for installation.

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Mac On a Stick – Portable Macintosh on a USB stick

Mac On a Stick is just as the name imposes. Although for most, it isn’t a complete replacement operating system, a MOS installation can include many useful applications running from an emulated Mini vMac (a Macintosh Plus emulator). Some example applications include BBEdit Lite, Excalibur, Glider, Nisus Compact, QuickPop, Sokoban, Tex-Edit and Texris. Mac On a Stick can run completely from a USB flash drive.

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