4. Overview

When you launch it, TiEmu take some a while for initializing it. After that, you get this:

The windows is made up of an image called skin that you can change it at any time. The skin contains an LCD area and some areas for key presses.
A key can be pressed with the mouse (left button) by clicking onto the skin or by using the keyboard (see keyboard mapping topic). This is customizable.

Else, the right button of your mouse lets you access a popup menu which contains all you need for configuring/using the emulator.

You can resize the window by dragging it and TiEmu will maintain a constant aspect ratio. Take in mind that the larger the window is, the more CPU is used!