Screenshots of QDAE
CP/M-86 Plus just after startup.
Concurrent CP/M-86 running the Tools+ menu application. Five of the six MicroScreen keys are active.
MS-DOS 2.11 just after startup.
MS-DOS 2.11 running the Activity menu system.
MS-DOS 2.11 running GEM 3.0 with my Apricot PC/Xi driver.
Using the QDAE settings screen to change the screen colours.
Personal CP/M-86 booting on the F1.
Digital Research Logo.
GEM/1 under MS-DOS, using the 'alternative' palette.
Activity under MS-DOS.
GEM/2, using the QDAE built-in GEM driver.
MS-DOS booting (emulated screen is the built-in LCD).
The Activity front end on the LCD.
GEM on the LCD.
The LCD with 'high contrast' colours selected.
GEM on the external colour display, in 16-colour mode.
GEM on the colour display, with the 'alternate' palette selected.
Activity on the external colour display, in four-colour mode.
Activity, using the QDAE built-in GSX driver.
Wang Professional Computer emulation
The splash screen of the Wang menu system, on the mono display. Unfortunately, it isn't Year 2000 compliant; 2012 renders as "B2".
Another screen from the menu system.
The colour display, in 80-column mode.
And in 40-column mode.
Booting MS-DOS on the colour display.
GEM on the monochrome display, using my FreeGEM driver.
John Elliott 2012-02-05
GEM on the colour display, using my FreeGEM driver.