Ways to run the Android Operating System on PC


When it comes to PC most people use Windows Operating System. But you will be surprised to know that you can use Android OS for PC as well. You can run Android OS on PC through three ways – Remix OS, Android x86 Project, and Phoenix OS. 

Remix OS is a free version of the Android Operating System that was made by Chinese developer Jide. In this Remix OS, there are some basic Android features along with some missing functions that you cannot find in MAC or Windows OS. You can install the Remix OS from USB and you can boot the OS directly from the USB. The best thing is that Remix OS is compatible with both Intel and AMD processors. Remix OS is an alternative to Android Emulator for Windows. You can also download Remix OS for free and you do not need to pay anything for its uses. With Remix OS, you can easily open the window in the same manner as what you do with other desktop programs. Apart from that, you will also be able to use Chrome along with other programs such as Word processor, YouTube, music files, etc.

Android x86 is the most durable project that is being used since 2009. Android x86 is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Android x86 is compatible with the Intel-based processor as well as PC architecture.

Phoenix OS is mainly intended for both desktop and laptop. This OS is also well-suited for dual booting and can be installed on a USB storage device as well. It has two versions – one is of standard ISO that is available in both 32-bit as well as 64 bit and the other is the executable version which can also be run in Windows that makes Phoenix OS act like an app. You can check this article to written by Technical Explore to get in-depth knowledge about andoid os on pc.