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* [ftp://ftp.worldofspectrum.org/pub/sinclair/emulators/java/JSpeccy.jar JSpeccy]
=== Windows ===
'''[[ZX Spin]]''' by Paul Dunn. A popular choice which supports a wide range of hardware including addons such as the [[ZX Spectrum 64 Colour Mode|ULAplus]].
* Runs on anything from 95 onwards.
* No longer under active development.
* [ftp://ftp.worldofspectrum.org/pub/sinclair/emulators/pc/windows/zxspin0.666.zip Last stable version]
* [http://sites.google.com/site/ulaplus/home/zx-spin-and-basin Experimental version with ULAplus support]
'''[[BASin]]''' by Paul Dunn. Not strictly an emulator, but a Spectrum BASIC Development environment.
* No longer under active development.
* [ftp://ftp.worldofspectrum.org/pub/sinclair/emulators/pc/windows/BASin_r14c.exe Last stable version]
* [http://sites.google.com/site/ulaplus/home/zx-spin-and-basin Experimental version with ULAplus support]
'''[[Spectaculator]]''' by Jonathan Needle. Distributed as a shareware trial version; the full version costs 20GBP. Reputedly very accurate and complete.
* Runs on XP and up (older versions for 9x onwards exist).
* [http://spectaculator.com/ Spectaculator home page]
'''[[Spud]]''' by Richard Chandler.
* [ftp://ftp.worldofspectrum.org/pub/sinclair/emulators/pc/windows/Spud0.204.zip Spud for Windows]
'''[[RealSpectrum]]''' by Ramsoft. Claimed to have complete accuracy, but we now know that was wishful thinking at best.
* Originally DOS-based, runs on XP and older.
* No longer under active development.
* Disappeared from the web when Ramsoft left the scene in a huff; copies are still floating around...

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