Qemu is a virtual machine and remote desktop software that allows users to run operating systems or programs designed for a different architecture. It can emulate a variety of architecture, such as PowerPC, MIPS64, ETRAX CRIS, and more. Here, we cover Qemu reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Visit its website.
Those looking for the Qemu pricing details will be glad to know that its app can be downloaded from its website for free. A similar software with a premium version costs $79.99 when billed annually or $99.99 when purchased as a perpetual license.
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Summary of Qemu Reviews
As of the date this article was written (June 5, 2019), there are very few up-to-date Qemu reviews online. If you are a past or current Qemu customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Check out the list below of some of Qemu’s features:
- Acts as an emulator and virtualizer
- Generic Linux system call converter
- Emulation using native CPU clone
- Remote desktop capability
- Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) support
- And more
Does Qemu provide internal documentation?
No, it doesn’t.
How do I send my patches to Qemu?
You may send your patches to Qemu through its latest qemu.git tree.