A personal computer (PC) is a general-purpose machine which serves a purpose of operating software designed to make day-to-day living easier to manage, by way of producing spreadsheets, artwork, word processing, and much more. PCs are generally considered the strongest gaming machine available if created as such, as their design allows for them to be upgraded piece by piece, with technology fresh out in the market.
Most PCs are generally considered to run Windows operating systems, though in recent years, Linux and Mac operating systems have gained popularity.
Due to the extensive nature of a PC, being the machine used to develop games in the first place, and its open software, it is considered to be both the hardest and easiest system to rip content from.
As you can imagine, ripping from a PC game is very much on a case-by-case basis. The best options you have for ripping content is by using any of our list of universal ripping applications.
|2nd Generation||Atari 2600 - Atari 5200 - ColecoVision - Intellivision|
|3rd Generation||Atari 7800 - Commodore 64 - Nintendo Entertainment System - Master System|
|4th Generation||Amiga - Neo Geo - Neo Geo CD - Philips CD-i - Sega Genesis - Super Nintendo Entertainment System - TurboGrafx-16 - X68000|
|5th Generation||3DO - Amiga CD32 - Atari Jaguar - Nintendo 64 - NEC PC-FX - PlayStation - Sega Saturn|
|6th Generation||Dreamcast - GameCube - PlayStation 2 - Xbox|
|7th Generation||PlayStation 3 - Wii - Xbox 360|
|8th Generation||PlayStation 4 - Wii U - Xbox One|
|Handhelds||Game Boy - Game Boy Advance - Game Gear - Neo Geo Pocket - Nintendo 3DS - Nintendo DS - PlayStation Portable - Virtual Boy|
|Other||Arcade - Mobile - PC|