Only DOS loaded from the [H] link, but I got it run correctly from another site's link to the same emulator. It loads Windows for me on an iPhone, but then is almost completely unusable. The mouse pointer can't be controlled and trying to use the arrow keys for the emulator brings up a lesson in on-screen keyboard design failure. It should work better with an external BT keyboard, at least for navigating the OS using only the keyboard.Doesn't work on the iPad.
Windows in those days was torture... Workbench-Amiga easily ruled the roost. It seemed 20 years ahead of Windows in those days (and actually was)--Win1.01 was just an ugly, non-functional, single-tasking shell sitting on top of DOS.
dos4gw is an extender for running flat 32-bit code on 386+ processors under DOS Protected Mode. Windows was meant to do something else (GUI, multiple programs running [cooperatively] at once, etc), despite how ugly it was pre-2.0. BTW, the first version of Windows which took advantage of 386 hardware was Windows 2.1/386 from the late 1980s, coincidentally the first version I used.
This really brings back memories.
None of them are good.
Still a better UI then Windows 8.