Run Windows 2000 in your browser!

You can check it out here: https://bellard.org/jslinux/index.html

For me it took 5 minutes and about 25MB to boot to the UI.ย  I didn’t see anything about making your own disk images, so looks like it’s locked to FreeDOS, Linux and Windows 2000.

28 thoughts on “Run Windows 2000 in your browser!

  1. Hey,
    I like your blog, im recently into virtualization as well, recently set up a dedicated server for libvirt (which in itself is a nice tool, imo way better than all the other qemu frontends/launchers)

    If you want to load your own images there’s “Vritual x86” here: http://copy.sh/v86/

    Happy hacking

  2. I kinda love this idea!

    I managed to run Windows 2000 off of my FAT32 formatted 32 GB flash drive on VMware Workstation Player 14. It’s a ONN unit with the model number ONA16AA017 and I purchased it at Walmart! :B

    For Windows NT 4.0, you’ll probably need to get a 2 GB or 4 GB FAT16-formatted flash drive. NT 4.0 uses an old version of NTFS and is not recognised correctly under newer versions of Windows.

  3. How can I get the VM to use my computer’s internet connection to browse the internet or upload or download files on the VM from my Computer (I am using a Macbook the Way) ?

  4. Hey,
    I like your blog, im recently into virtualization as well, recently set up a dedicated server for libvirt (which in itself is a nice tool, imo way better than all the other qemu frontends/launchers) Also On Here Down Below You Can Find This Select profile

    Arch Linux 12 MB A complete Arch Linux restored from a snapshot, additional files are loaded as needed
    Damn Small Linux 50 MB Graphical Linux with 2.4 kernel, Firefox 2.0 and more. Takes 1 minute to boot.
    Buildroot Linux 5.0 MB Minimal Linux with busybox, Lua, tests, internet access, ping, telnet and curl. Exchange files through /mnt/.
    ReactOS 18 MB Windows-compatible OS. Restored from snapshot
    Windows 2000 24 MB Including Pinball and Internet Explorer with internet access. Additional sectors are loaded as needed.
    Windows 98 9.7 MB Including Minesweeper and Internet Explorer with internet access. Additional sectors are loaded as needed.
    Windows 95 4.6 MB Restored from snapshot
    Windows 3.1 15 MB Takes 15 seconds to boot
    Windows 1.01 0.6 MB Takes 1 second to boot
    MS-DOS 6.22 4.4 MB With Enhanced Tools, QBasic, vim, games and demos.
    FreeDOS 0.5 MB With nasm, vim, debug.com, Rogue, some games and demos.
    FreeBSD 17 MB FreeBSD 12.0 base install. Restored from snapshot.
    OpenBSD 12 MB OpenBSD 6.6 base install. Restored from snapshot.
    9front 4.4 MB A Plan 9 fork.
    Haiku 46 MB Restored from snapshot. Includes network support.
    Oberon 1.2 MB Native Oberon 2.3.6
    KolibriOS 1.4 MB Fast graphical OS written in Assembly
    QNX 1.3 MB QNX 4.05 Demo disk (no networking)
    Snowdrop 0.3 MB A homebrew operating system from scratch, written in assembly language
    Solar OS 0.3 MB Simple graphical OS
    Bootchess 0.1 MB A tiny chess program written in the boot sector

    If you want to load your own images thereโ€™s โ€œVritual x86โ€ here: http://copy.sh/v86/

    Happy hacking Travler

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