Apple Silicon M1: How to Run DOS Games and Apps

Running Volkov Commander in DosBox-X

Let’s be honest. There are still plenty of available DOS games (and even applications) that might make you realize that you need to have the ability to run DOS stuff on your computer.

When it comes to using the DOSBox on your Apple Silicon M1 Mac I was a little bit disappointed that we don’t have a native-compiled version for this machine. Fortunately, after looking for some time…

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Nomad lifestyle writer. Passionate about breaking software— QA Engineer. My Travel & Tech YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/nomadicdmitry

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Dmitry Yarygin

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Nomad lifestyle writer. Passionate about breaking software— QA Engineer. My Travel & Tech YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/nomadicdmitry

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