Latest version: 18.104.22.168 (September 15 2010 11h00) "Let's Play!"
AmpShell is a DOSBox front-end for Windows and GNU/Linux (runnable under GNU/Linux if the Mono librairies are installed).
The purpose of AmpShell is to make you run games in DOSBox with a simple double click. It saves the time and trouble you can have with DOS commands.
Plus, it has a lot of other time-saving features.
Since it's written in C#, it can run on virtually any machine having the .NET Framework installed.
Windows Vista (or Windows Seven) machines have already the .NET Framework, and almost all Windows XP machines have it nowadays.
For GNU/Linux (or even other non-Microsoft OSes) users, the Mono librairies have to be installed.
AmpShell has been successfully tested on Windows 98SE, Windows XP, Windows XP x64 Edition, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and GNU/Linux Ubuntu.
GNU GPLv3. See license.txt