Want to run Android on your PC or laptop? Your only option used to be developer project Android-x86 or an emulator like BlueStacks, but now there’s also Remix OS. It builds on the work done by the Android-x86 project, but adds a much more polished user interface, complete with desktop standards like desktop icons, a taskbar, start menu and running apps in windows. It’s an amazing upgrade compared to past versions of Android on PC, so take a look!
Today we’re going to have a look at AMIDuOS, which lets you run Android apps and games on Windows computers. If you wanted to add Android apps to your Windows tablet or play games like Clash of Clans or Candy Crush on your laptop, then AMIDuOS might be the perfect choice. It boasts an easier installation […]
Last week we covered running Android on your laptop with the Android-x86 project. Today, we’re back to cover another use for the project – running a full copy of Android on top of your current OS using Oracle’s VM VirtualBox. The advantage of running Android in a virtual machine is that you don’t have to worry about messing […]
Android is pretty good for phones and tablets, but how does it work on a laptop? Surprisingly well, actually. If you’d like to try the free OS for yourself, you can take advantage of the Android-x86 project, a cooperative effort that brings Android support to desktops and laptops running x86 processors. You’ll get access to […]