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Yuzu is a free open-source Nintendo Switch emulator produced by Citra Team, the same group of programmers that made Citra, the Nintendo 3DS emulator written about previously. The two emulators share a lot of similarity in their code. It's officially available on 64-bit Windows 7 and over, in addition to 64-bit Linux hardware. 8 gigabytes of RAM is the bare minimum, while 16 gigabytes is suggested. MacOS isn't currently supported, however, as of April 2020, compatibility for your hardware is being developed; it isn't currently known when this will be put into place. Yuzu is regarded as user-friendly. To play the many playable games legally, you must dump them out of your own Nintendo switch. DLC and game upgrades can be set up, and this can be known to be a very simple procedure. As for linking controllers for use, you'll want to change a few configurations, though the specifics depend on what game you're playing, in addition to your hardware. Using a mouse and computer keyboard functions for games, also you can especially set up your keyboard and mouse for specific actions.

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One feature that Yuzu has is quite like a Citra has (which was written about previously). You can choose whether you would like to install the Yuzu Nightly variant or the Yuzu Canary version. Yuzu Nightly is a much more stable version of Yuzu that will be easier for you to use and play games with, but it doesn't have any features you might want available. The Yuzu Canary version, in contrast, might not be as stable as Nightly, but has a few features Nightly does not have available. Like in Citra, these features are occasionally experimental; they may be eventually put into Yuzu Nightly, other times they're left exclusively in Yuzu Canary, or, sometimes, removed completely from any kind of accessible Yuzu software. Other times they're just features that only work with lower functionality (Or brings the game's performance down), which explains why they are exclusive to the less steady variant (Yuzu Canary).