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Step 1:

Downloading QEMU emulator is the first step to Freedom. QEMU is able to emulate a virtual computer, including a processor and various peripherals. The emulated computer can be used to install and launch several Operating Systems (called 'Guest Operating Systems') without rebooting the PC. QEMU can be installed on a large variety of host platforms like FreeBSD, GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and several Unix systems. We provide QEMU packages for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.

Step 2:

Download Guest OS.

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