With Android running on almost 2 million devices, there are many users who need to increase the functionality of having a comparable revel of Android on their laptop or pc.
Emulators like BlueStacks have helped PC users to download and INSTALL Android apps at once to their systems. however, what if you could use Android like an everyday operating system on your pc or computer without an emulator? What if you could breathe new life into your old computer with the Android Marshmallow? you can do that with Remix OS.
Remix OS is based on the native Android Marshmallow coding, but with a shocking twist. The OS allows you to run Android and its apps like a desktop OS. that means you can run multiple apps in the form of windows.
You can continue using the mouse and keyboard for navigation across the OS, too.
NOTE:It is recommended that you install Remix OS on an older machine.
The OS is updated regularly for bug fixes and is not devoid of issues. The community developers work to bring more stability with every update.
Download Remix OS here
Heading over to Remix OS homepage , you will be greeted by an option to download the installation package.
Once you decide to download, you will need to ensure you download either the 32-bit or 64-bit version depending on your system configuration. The installer is available in standard download mode or using torrents (perfectly legal as the software is a free to use).
The package installer includes an image and an executable file. After opening the executable Remix OS installer, you need to mount the image file.
Next, you can make a choice of installing the OS directly on your hard disk or on a flash drive. On choosing the former, you can run both Windows and Remix OS on the same system.
Once the installation is over (if you’ve installed it on the hard disk), a reboot prompt will be displayed. Proceed to restart your system to enable the changes to take effect.
Once your system reboots, you can choose to start Windows or Remix OS.
Once the Remix OS system loads, your final setup of the operating system welcomes you. Standard terms and conditions, language settings, Wi-Fi settings etc. As soon as the setup is complete, you’re free to use the OS just like you would use a traditional Windows PC .