Hes talking out his arse. its just Windows 3.1 installed on dosbox. not a subsystem at all.
This video demonstrates the installer, actual usage and the uninstall functionality. The entire setup only requires 33MB of disk space.
I think that's pretty obvious if you watch the video or read the description of the video. Are you implying some sort of deception here?Hes talking out his arse. its just Windows 3.1 installed on dosbox. not a subsystem at all.
If you didn't point out the fact that it was nestopia then yeah that would be deceptive. The point was thats what the guy called it, so thats what I called it.I agree with Squall on this, pointless mis-leading thread title, which turns out to be nothing more than Dosbox.
It's cool, none the less, but the guy posting the video didn't even post a link to try it out, so the video is even more pointless than this mis-leading thread.
I mean, I could post a thread titled "8-bit subsystem for Win7 x64", just because I can right-click on a NES rom and get it to automagically run Nestopia.
No that part isn't new by far. Although I'm not sure if VB will let you play as many games in win 3.1 as dosbox will or not. But simply being able to right click an exe and having it run right away in either dos or win 3.1 mode...Its not really a new idea. Its no different to installing windows 3.1 in VirtualBox.
Read the comments on the video.It's cool, none the less, but the guy posting the video didn't even post a link to try it out...