Virtual 8086 mode
Alternatively referred to as V86 or 8086 mode, virtual real mode allows Intel 386 and above processors to contain a real mode environment within protected mode. A good example of virtual real mode is when a user opens a MS-DOS window Microsoft Windows 98.
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