The latest microM8 release supports the Applesauce WOZ2 format, has improved DHGR rendering (with NTSC artifacting) and a refactored VM manager for increased speed and better reliability, among a number of other fixes and enhancements.
Existing copies should update automatically, otherwise you can download it here.
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