Linux and the 'clssic' computing world

mazzinia at mazzinia at
Mon Sep 27 10:03:14 CDT 2021

As I think others already mentioned, there's no difference between emulators run under windows or linux... they are both limited by the cpu and amount of ram used to run them, not by the host os

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From: cctalk <cctalk-bounces at> On Behalf Of Murray McCullough via cctalk
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021 3:55 PM
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Subject: Linux and the 'clssic' computing world

To my knowledge the Linux kernel was released to the public 30 years ago around this time. My dear friend swears by it and will never go back to Windows even though WIN 11 is much more secure than previous Windows versions. Prior to Linux there were other much-earlier operating systems for 8-bit and 16-bit machines we classic computer users could use. For emulators now we have a choice but do they work better in Linux or Windows?

Happy computing.

Murray  🙂

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