what should i use for my emulation of games

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Windows has best compatibility. But if you really want to go linux then see what is supported by Dolphin and the emulators you want.
 

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windows. you can go to emulation sites and you'll see for yourself why windows alone has the most number of emulators and their stable builds
 

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just wondeing what "OS" i should use for my emulation machine i hear retroarc is good bit doesnt play wii games

OS ? You mean macOS Sierra ? I have it and Dolphin emulator runs Wii and Game Cube games great! PM me if you want for some emulators for macOS.. I will be happy to tell you the names of them. I have them on my macOS and don't have a problem. They works great! :D
 
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If you're using a Mac, I can definitely recommend OpenEmu for a multi-system core-based emulator:
http://openemu.org/

If you're using Windows or Linux, I'll recommend RetroArch, the official front-end for Libretro:
https://www.libretro.com/index.php/retroarch-2/

You could also check out Lakka, a lightweight Linux distribution that basically offers you RetroArch as an OS, good if you're only using the computer for emulation and nothing else:
http://www.lakka.tv

This is mostly for retro consoles. The OP didn't put much explanation into his/her post.
 

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