AppleWin is an Apple II emulator for Windows. It emulates Apple II system with 128 KB RAM, two 5.25″ floppy drives, joystick, and serial card. It also supports both 40 column and 80 column text modes.
AppleWin supports ProDOS and Apple DOS 3.3 disk image formats, as well as hard disk images. Supported file formats include .BIN, .DO, .DSK, .NIB and .PO files.
You can get AppleWin from GitHub.
AVG Cleaner for Mac OS X is a simple to use hard drive clean up utility. It is made by the same company that develops AVG Antivirus.
AVG Cleaner consists of Disk Cleaner, and Duplicate Finder. Disk Cleaner allows you to clean cache files, logs, downloads and trash. Duplicate Finder looks for duplicate files inside your pictures, music, videos and documents folders by default, but you can also specify a custom folder location to search for duplicates.
AVG Cleaner is free and you can get it from App Store.
AppCleaner is a simple yet powerful application uninstaller for Mac OS X. It allows you to uninstall apps, widgets and other items such as browser plugins.
To remove an app, select it, and then click on “Search”. AppCleaner will then find all files associated with selected app, and show you the list. Once you’ve reviewed the list of files and folders to be removed, simply click on “Delete” and the app will be gone from your system.
AppCleaner is free – get it from official website.
After you install OneNote 2013, an icon is placed in taskbar notification area, from which you can access clipping tool, create new note or open OneNote.
To remove notification icon, open OneNote, click on File and select Options. Under Display, deselect option “Place OneNote icon in the notification area of the taskbar”.
Basilik II is an open source Mac emulator, emulating 68k Macs. Recently I’ve set up a virtual Mac running System 7.5.3 using Basilik II. Once I had the right files / images, it was relatively straight forward to set up and configure virtual Mac.
To set up a Mac using Basilik II, you’ll need:
Emaculation also has great installation guides which you should also read through:
Here is a few screenshots of Basilik II running under OS X.
Disk Inventory X is a disk usage utility for Mac OS X. It will scan selected hard drive and show you how much space each file / folder is using on that drive. This is extremely useful if you need to free up some disk space, as it shows you which files are using the most space on your hard drive.
Disk Inventory X is free, and you can get it from official website.
8086tiny is free open source PC XT emulator. It provides support for PC peripherals, such as XT style keyboard, hard and floppy disk drives and Hercules graphics card. You can even run Windows 3.0 on it.
8086tiny is portable, so it can run on Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, iOS and Raspberry PI. For more info visit the official page.