Console OS Make Your PC Run On Android[Latest]
Console OS is a distribution of Android designed to take everything that has made mobile awesome, and bring it back to your PC. Imagine if your PC could run all the million-plus Android apps that your phone and tablet can? And, what if those apps started to scale up and make your PC feel right at home with Android? Console OS is all about raising Android up to be your primary PC operating system.Android was always considered as a mobile operating system. While phones and tablets are over 95% of devices running Android, developers put lots of effort to make Google’s OS available for other platforms. You’ve probably heard of Bluestacks, which brings the Android world to PCs, Macs and TVs. The American company is just one of the many brands that ports the Android OS to personal computers.
Console OS supports such things as the dual boot with Windows 8.1, dual app support, OpenGL ES 3 support and more. What is even more important, you can try it on your device for free.Console OS can be installed on USB 3.0 hard disk for testing. The system may work on almost every PC, but here’s a list of notebooks and Windows tablets that are officially supported by the Console OS team.
- Clevo W740SU
- Dell XPS 11
- Dell XPS 12
- Dell XPS 13 (Most Models)
- Gigabyte BRIX, BRIX s and BRIX Pro (Most Models)
- Intel NUC (Excluding 5th Generation Intel Core & Celeron 847)
- Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
- Lenovo Yoga 2 13
- Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro
- Sager NP2740
- Sony VAIO Tap 11
How to install ?
- Make a Consol OS bootable disk/usb.
- Replace your OS with Consol OS or dual boot your pc.
- Thats it.
Direct Download Link
Flash Drive Installer Image: Console OS for Fourth-generation Intel Core Processors (formerly “Haswell”) (427.7 mb) | Mirror
Flash Drive Installer Image: Console OS for Intel Atom (formerly “Bay Trail”) and Earlier Intel Core Processors (426.2mb) | Mirror
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