Home > Windows > Windows 98SE emulated on Pocket PC Windows 98SE emulated on Pocket PC Eugenia Loli 2004-05-22 Windows 8 Comments PocketGamer is carrying a story on the successful emulation of Windows 95 and Windows 98SE on the Pocket PC. This was made possible by a Pocket PC port of Bochs, an x86 emulator. Read more in the report over at Slashdot. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2004-05-22 9:04 pm Anonymous Just a clarification. Bochs is not a DOS emulator, but rather an x86 emulator. 2004-05-22 10:08 pm Anonymous its even more then a x86 emulator: it emulates a whole IBM-PC compatible computer. 2004-05-23 1:24 am Anonymous We now can see mini-BSODs… 🙂 (Blue LCD of Death) 2004-05-23 1:30 am Anonymous we can do the same thing with a zaurus since a long time 2004-05-23 6:06 am Anonymous i’ve always heard radio people suggest getting PocketPCs over Palms because they can run windows apps.. i thought they were smoking crack. It’s very nice to see more emulation though. 2004-05-23 9:28 am Anonymous Yawn…..nothing new here, move along….. 2004-05-23 4:06 pm Anonymous Yes, see http://www.its.caltech.edu/~tzer-jen/zbochs/ 2004-05-24 4:51 pm Anonymous Which is fine if you own a Zaurus. But more people own a PocketPC.