lBochs is a port of the Bochs X86 emulator (http://bochs.sourceforge.net). The modified bochs sources are included as a tgz archive stored on the device’s internal memory after installing the application (Android / data / lb.myapp.lbochs).
To load the emulator in the application, FreeDOS is installed by default.
The program has a virtual HDD ready to use to install the OS.
It is possible to create shortcuts for different systems (if the home launcher allows it).
You can configure the emulator to run on a specific processor model (386/486/586/686 / 686X64), but the configuration must be chosen wisely, otherwise the application will crash.
The smartest way to use the app is to create a virtual machine on your PC and then copy it over to your Android device.
If you plan to host virtual machines on external SD card, keep in mind that Android> = 4.4 only provides write access to the app in /Android/data/lb.myapp.lbochs/files.
You need a pretty fast phone / tablet because the emulator is slow.
A virtual PC keyboard is provided, but you can use your own virtual keyboard if you like.
All settings are made through a pop-up menu with a fairly large number of options.