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Many years ago, Ed Swartz released the final version of his TI-99/4A emulator, V9T9. That version ran from the command line in DOS or in Windows with a front end. A month or so ago, Ed released his latest public version. It's written in Java, and can therefore be run on many different machines. The interface is very polished and even supports drag and drop cartridges! You can download the new version from Ed's website at http://eswartz.github.com/emul/. If you're interested in the old version, you can still download it from this site in the download database.
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