Re: new emulation method idea
That's not how emulators work, or how computers work in general.
You won't boost the speed of any application by cutting out the OS. What your suggesting isn't possible, except for maybe Xbox 1, as Xbox 1 uses an X86 CPU, like most PCs use. What few emulators that exist for Xbox 1, try to recreate the environment that the Xbox 1 has, much like Wine does for Linux. I believe Dxbx or Cxbx does this.
For most consoles you'll need to emulate the hardware. PCs use an X86 cpu, but most consoles use MIPS or PowerPC. Even then, a lot of the hardware is custom made, like the PS2's emotion engine.
In this day in age, nobody makes an application that doesn't need an OS. Even back in the DOS days of PC gaming, you still needed to boot up into a OS. Modern development tools would also rely on the OS.
In the end, if you want a faster emulator then just wait, or help out the developers. Any little help you give can go towards optimizing their emulator. From testing, donations, or even helping out in code if possible. You also gotta remember that emulator developers would rather work on compatibility first, over speed. Even PCSX2 is putting compatibility over speed right now.
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