Last week Jide, a company formed by three former Google engineers officially released the alpha builds of their âAndroid for PCâ operating system, Remix OS for PC. Remix OS is built on the Android-x86 project, an open source initiative to port the Android operating system to devices powered by processors using the x86 instruction set).
Remix OS for PC extends the ideas of the original Remix OS. It is an Android experience focused around productivity. Unlike the original Remix OS, which runs on ARM mobile processors, Remix OS for PC by targeting the x86 instruction set thereby is able to reach a portion of computers currently largely unreached by Android.
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