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    Does anybody know of Good Emulation XP emulators?
    Hello. I was just wondering if anyone knew of some good emulators to run windows apps... just games! Free would be nice! :alien:
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    Q is a program that is decently stable and can emulate Windows programs.
    I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacMania55
    Hello. I was just wondering if anyone knew of some good emulators to run windows apps... just games! Free would be nice! :alien:
    NO emulator is going to be able to run Windows games effectively.
    If you are looking to play Windows games, then I would suggest just using Windows natively.
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    Ok thanks a lot for your help!
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    You won't be able to run games and experience maximum performance as you would on a Windows machine. Virtual PC can handle some games that are not intensive with graphics.
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