Check your computer’s operating system
The first thing you need to do is check the operating system of your computer in order to find out whether it can run the PlayStation emulator or not. For this, you need to go to the ‘control panel’ of your system and then find ‘system properties.’ You will find all the necessary information from there.
In order to ensure smooth functioning of the games, you will require 1 GHz processor and 128 Mb RAM.
Find a compatible emulator
Search an emulator, which is compatible with your computer. You will find quite a few options once you Google your requirements. You can also visit emulator-zone.com directly in order to find out the best emulator for your system.
Once you find the compatible emulator, you should start downloading it immediately. You will need three files for your system. One of them will be the emulator and the other two will be the utility and PlayStation bios.
Extract files and install them
You should now extract all the files and start installing them one by one. Make sure that all of the files are placed in the right folder otherwise you will be unable to run the PlayStation games on your computer.
Load a ROM for PlayStation
Finally, you need to search the internet for the ROM of your PlayStation. You will have numerous options available, but choose the one that suits you more. The ROM will contain all the data from the game you will be playing. You can download the emulator and ROM from the same website.