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EMU8086 - Microprocessor Emulator

EMU8086 Microprocessor Emulator Emu8086 is a Microprocessor Emulator with integrated 8086 Assembler and Free Tutorial. Emulator runs programs on a Virtual Machine, it emulates real hardware, such as screen, memory and input/output devices.
If you just began to study assembly language, then this program is just for you. The source code is assembled and executed on emulator step by step. You can watch registers, flags and memory while your program is running. You'll be amazed how easy it is!
Emu8086 pack combines an advanced source editor with automatic syntax-highlight, assembler, disassembler, software emulator (Virtual PC) with debugger, and step by step tutorials.
Emu8086 is complete 'all in one' solution for coding in Assembly Language.
Emulator runs programs on a Virtual PC, this completely blocks your program from accessing real hardware, such as hard-drives and memory, since your assembly code runs on a virtual machine, this makes debugging much easier.
Arithmetic & Logical Unit (ALU) shows the internal work of the central processor unit (CPU).
8086 machine code is fully compatible with all next generations of Intel's micro-processors, including Pentium II and Pentium 4, I'm sure Pentium 5 will support 8086 as well. This makes 8086 code very portable, since it runs both on ancient and on the modern computer systems. Another advantage of 8086 instruction set is that it is much smaller, and thus easier to learn.

Software Information System Requirements
  • Windows 8/7/XP/Vista
  • Pentium processor
  • 64MB RAM
File Size:2.45 MB
License:Free to try, $4.95 to buy
Screenshot:View Screenshot

Where to start?
  1. Start Emu8086 by selecting its icon from the start menu, or by running Emu8086.exe.

  2. Select "Samples" from "File" menu.

  3. Click [Compile and Emulate] button (or press F5 hot key).

  4. Click [Single Step] button (or press F8 hot key), and watch how the code is being executed.

  5. Try opening other samples, all samples are heavily commented, so it's a great learning tool.

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