The main page (welcome page) of the DOSBox-X Wiki
Gives some examples of unique features of DOSBox-X, which aims to be complete DOS emulation package.
Gives detailed information about DOSBox-X's drop-down menu system and its menu items.
Lists and explains all the internal and external commands that DOSBox-X provides.
Lists and explains all the command-line options that DOSBox-X supports.
Explains how to boot MS-DOS and PC DOS versions in DOSBox-X, including creating hard disk images.
Explains how to install and run Microsoft Windows 1.x/2.0/3.x and 9x/ME in DOSBox-X.
Explains how to setup and play DOS games in DOSBox-X.
Explains how to use DOSBox-X with DOS software from the demoscene.
Explains about the different video modes as supported in DOSBox-X.
Explains about the different audio options supported in DOSBox-X.
Explains DOSBox-X's PC-98 system and how to use it to run PC-98 games or applications in DOSBox-X.
Explains DOSBox-X’s TrueType font (TTF) output, which is very useful for text-mode DOS applications.
Explains how to make and use floppy, hard disk, and optical disc images in DOSBox-X.
Explains the different ways to copy to and paste from the Windows clipboard in DOSBox-X.
Explains the CPU emulation and different CPU types in DOSBox-X.
Explains how to customize DOSBox-X's regional settings and international support, such as display languages and keyboard layouts.
Explains DOSBox-X’s support for East Asian (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) languages and systems.
Explains the different Joystick configuration options in DOSBox-X.
Explains DOSBox-X’s mouse emulation options.
Explains the emulation of 3dfx Voodoo, using either the Voodoo hardware emulation or the Glide API passthrough.
Explains how to set up and use DOSBox-X's MIDI feature, such as General MIDI and Roland MT-32 emulations.
Explains how to use DOSBox-X's printing feature, either to a real or a virtual printer (e.g. print to PNG or PS).
Explains how to set up and use the network with the emulated Novell NE2000 network adapter.