The issue with running MYM12 in a 64-bit version of Windows is that an emulator is required to get a DOS Prompt that will run MYM.
However, there are Computer Sticks (slightly larger than a typical usb/flash drive) that are available that run a 32-bit version of Windows 10. They plug directly into an HDMI port on your TV or computer monitor. They require power (just like a computer or laptop), but don't come with a keyboard or mouse. However, the Stick comes with a USB port that you can plug in a wireless transmitter. I purchased a wireless keyboard/mouse combo that work off a single transmitter.
This is now the way I run MYM12 with my own, personal data!
Since the Computer Stick is 32-bit, MYM12 can be installed and run directly onto the Stick just like we could in Windows XP.
MYM absolutely flies when running on the Computer Stick! Features in MYM that would take a lot of computing power (like Net Worth, Taxes, Reports, etc.) that take up to a minute to run within the vDOS emulator setup, run in just seconds on the Computer Stick.
Because the Computer Stick can plug into any HDMI monitor, MYM is now completely mobile. I can plug it into my monitor in my office or at home or even my TV. It's fun to see MYM run on a 40" TV!
And, if you're really technical, you can set up a conferencing tool like TeamViewer, Zoom or JoinMe onto the Computer Stick so you can access it remotely from any computer.
If you use a utility like DropBox, you can back up your MYM data into your DropBox folder to keep it protected.
If you'd like more information about this simple and inexpensive (and cool!) way to run MYM, please let me know. I can possibly purchase the items for you, configure and install everything on the Stick and ship it to you.
If I get some time, I may put together a video and post it here so you can see exactly what I am talking about.