CCS64 falls into the category of emulation software: more specifically, it emulated the old Commodore 64, which was easily one of the most successful home computing systems of all time. The program was designed by Per Hakan Sundell, a Swedish national, and is currently available as freeware. For those new to emulators of this type, the goal is for the program to create an environment on the host operating system that mimics another computing environment—this means that CCS64 would allow someone running a modern operating system such as Windows 8 and run old Commodore 64 software on it with minimal to no compatibility issues.
The CCS64 emulator is actually capable of working with the vast majority of Windows operating systems: as already mentioned, Windows 8 can support it, and the same goes for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Me, and 9x. There are no releases for Mac OS X users, but there are editions that run without any hitches on Unix or Linux systems. In fact, the first and second versions of the software were designed such that they could run even on old DOS systems as well.
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