Jun 06, 2017 06:39 PM EDT
There are times when many tasks can be made easier with the help of applications. Android apps can run on Windows computers as well. There are many methods out there that can help with this but here are some of the easiest ones.
Installing apps on computers can be a difficult process if one does not know how to go about. It can lead to complications, lag issues or other glitches, but done correctly can make life much easier. The most common method is by using an android emulator. Digitaltrends states, emulators run on codes which help one device behave like another.
The Bluestacks App Player is perhaps the most eminent and broadly used android emulator in the market. A custom designed user interface combined with Layercake technology makes this user-friendly and easy to use. Although most basic features are free, an optional subscription can be made for more enhanced options. Just like installing a windows program, Bluestacks is one of the best out there.
DuOSis another android emulator created by Megatrends. Essentially the same as Bluestacks, this emulator has can be bought after a 30-day trial use. DuOS offer many shortcuts for zooming and swiping and have a good memory management. This emulator can be downloaded from its official site.
Technorms offers a far more extensive approach to this idea. The entire Android OS can be downloaded from the Androidx86 website. From there it is a simple task of burning it to a blank CD using image burn or ISO burn. After burning it, the Android operating system will be booted on to the Windows computer.
A more detailed process includes downloading an emulator called Remix OS. This emulator can do everything Android does on a Windows computer. Though the hardware requirements are a bit high on this one, the experience offered is just as good.
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