Applewin Emulator Updated

The Applewin Apple II Emulator has been updated. Applewin is an Apple II emulator for Windows based systems and should run on just about any of the newer Windows operating systems.

Version 1.28.0.0 was released as a major release and has the following changes in the program:

[Change #357] Resurrected the AppleWin 1.25 “Color (Standard)” video mode as “Color (RGB Monitor)”. This is equivalent to emulating RGB video, ie. a video mode with sharp text and pixels.
NB. Unlike AppleWin 1.25, this is now cycle-accurate, so demos that synchronise with the video scanner will work correctly.
[Change #603] Removed support for v1 save-state files. Any v1 save-state files should be loaded into AppleWin 1.27, and then re-saved to a v2 save-state file.
[Change #597] Removed the functionality for CTRL+F10 to reveal the mouse cursor.
[Change #585] Added a ‘Swap’ HDD button to the Configuration->Input property sheet.
[Bug #608] Mockingboard’s 6522 TIMER1 wasn’t generating an interrupt quickly enough for Broadside’s detection routine.

Applewin Git Hub Site

Applewin is one of the longest running Apple II emulators with its root originating in the 1990’s. The emulator has gone through a number of curators over the years with Tom Charlesworth taking the reigns in the early 2000’s.

You can download the latest version of the Applewin emulator from their Github website at:
https://github.com/AppleWin/AppleWin/releases

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