AppleWin is an open source software emulator for running Apple II programs in Microsoft Windows. AppleWin was originally written by Mike O'Brien in 1994; O'Brien himself announced an early version of the emulator in April 1995 just before the release of Windows 95.

What's New:

  • [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.