Remix OS

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A comprehensive Android operating system for PC


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Remix OS is an operating system that brings the Android experience to desktop computers and laptops, adapting the environment to PC standards. It's based on the Android-x86 project, and lets you launch apps and take advantage of all the features of the Google environment.

The interface presents a multitask desktop that supports several layered windows, as well as a taskbar similar to the one on Windows 10 and a remake of the notifications bar. You can even right-click on different elements to open context menus and create keyboard shortcuts to access apps directly by pressing the physical keys. It incorporates all these features without ignoring the main aspects of the Android system and its integration with your Gmail account. The OS can be installed from a USB drive, or run externally through the Live CD mode. It can also work alongside other operating systems, and lets you switch between them at startup.

Remix OS is an interesting alternative that goes a step beyond mere simulations like Bluestacks to let you increase the performance of less powerful devices, and use Android applications even more efficiently than on a mobile device.
Final version of Remix OS Player for Windows now available

We've talked a few times here on the blog about the fantastic Remix OS, a complete Android operating system for desktop computers that's fully adapted to Windows standards and controls. Till now the only way you could use it was by installing its image on a PC or virtualizing it over software like VirtualBox in a far-from-hassle-free process. Luckily, the creators of the tool have just released Remix OS Player, a new version that run over the host operating system and lets you run all sorts of Android apps on Windows and take advantage of all the virtues of that interface. 
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Remix OS reaches its beta phase and releases a 32-bit version

We talked recently about Remix OS, an operating system for desktop computers based on Androidx86 that lets you run all sorts of apps in a windows-based interface fully adapted for use on monitors with mouse and keyboard inputs. Till now, the only version available was for 64-bit processors and was quite wobbly, nascent alpha that it was. But recently the first beta update has been released and brought lots of additions with it, as well as a 32-bit edition that fits like a glove on low-power machines.
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How to install Remix OS, an Android operating system for PC

This is not the first rapprochement between Android and desktop computers: as of recently the Google mobile operating system can already be used on PC, or at least something that looks a lot like Android thanks to software like Android-x86 or, even more derivative, BlueStacks. In these cases we can’t talk about a complete and consistent operating system, but rather mere simulations/emulations. Remix OS is an open-source project that goes a step further, offering a complete operating system with its usage adapted to desktop machines that as of this week is available for free.
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Includes both the ISO disc image as well as a tool to copy it to a USB drive.


If you use it on a USB drive, it needs to be a USB 3.0 formatted in FAT32.