Simple answer: NO.
I think it's still a limitation of Wine that multithreaded Windows apps will run only on a single core. I also doubt Exagear ever solved this, but most of these target applications aren't really multithreaded anyhow.
Where did you get the info they were bought out by Microsoft? Couldn’t find anything other than pure speculation on the matter via a Google search.DougieLawson wrote: ↑Fri Aug 09, 2019 10:31 amSimple answer: NO.
Less simple answer: Eltechs built a commercial product from dosbox and wine and other stuff (they never revealed the details) and re-engineered it to get a usable X86 emulator running on a Raspberry Pi. Eltechs then got bought out by Microsoft and Exagear disappeared completely.
They're probably working on an ARM version of Windows 11 now.
I want to run Microsoft word mainlyMoonmarch wrote: ↑Mon Aug 12, 2019 7:23 amI assume you mean you will use PI386 to play old PC games, based on what I know about x86 emulation on the RPI computers you will need a custom Raspbian OS image that includes QEMU with Wine this OS image should be installed on a separate SD card instead of overriding your current operating system, I would assume the operating system is overall unstable use at your own risk.
If the developers of these x86 emulator for RPI stopped updating their projects then you should ask yourself if you should continue running x86 programs on your RPI computer, I wouldn't consider x86 emulation as a reason to purchase RPI computers x86 emulation is overall still a interesting project, here's a old video about running x86 programs using Exagear:
Steam, Spotify and Unreal Tournament on Raspberry Pi | Exagear Desktop:
Word is proprietary, paid for, x86/x64 software.nuzz wrote:I want to run Microsoft word mainly