How to Install DOSBox in Windows (11, 10, 8, 7)

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How to Install DOSBox in Windows

Today I’m going to show you how to install DOSBox in Windows. It’s like a virtual machine to run the old MSDOS application, Turdo C, and Assembly code.

I divide this process into 5 simple steps, listed below
You only to follow this step-by-step guide

  1. Download DOSBox from Sourceforge (click here)
Download DOSBox from Sourceforge
Download DOSBox from Sourceforge
  1. Click on the downloaded file
Click on the downloaded DOSBox
Click on the downloaded DOSBox
  1. Read and accept the license agreement by clicking on the Next button
Accept the license agreement of DOSBox by clicking on the Next button
Accept the license agreement of DOSBox by clicking on the Next button
  1. Select the components and click on the “Next” button again
DOSbox select component click on the “Next” button again
DOSbox select component click on the “Next” button again
  1. Click on the “install” button
DOSBox click on the “Install” button
DOSBox click on the “Install” button

It will take 5-10 seconds to install DOSBox in windows, after that click on close to close the installation wizard.
You can open DOSBox in windows by searching “DOSBox”.

FAQs

What is DOSBox?

DOSBox is a free and open-source emulator of an Intel x86 personal computer designed to run software created for disk operating systems on IBM PC compatibles, primarily DOS video games. It was first released in 2002 when DOS technology was becoming obsolete. It is notable for its widespread use for running DOS games and being used in commercial re-releases of those games.

What is DOSBox used for?

Running software – mostly games – originally meant for MS-DOS on modern hardware and operating systems.

MS-DOS software generally had difficulties running properly – if at all – on Windows systems starting with Windows 95. Dual-booting DOS and Windows was a common workaround in the 90s but was not very practical, and in later versions of Windows – not really viable either.

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