If you are part of Windows users looking to renew your interface even more, AMIDuOS is an emulator that would delight you. By allowing you to use Android in the same way as a tablet or smartphone, this software is a good alternative for all jaded of the Microsoft OS.
AMD had proposed the Bluestacks solution but it was quickly revealed little optimal and proposed a too outdated version of Android. Here AMIDuOS allows the use of Android while we still in Windows. The software gives you access to a pre-installed Google Play Store which you can of course download the applications you want.
By taking the principle of Andyroid, AMIDuOS works somewhat differently. Developed by Megatrends, authors of PCs BIOS, the emulator supports Windows 7, 8 and 10 in 32 or 64 bits. It works in full screen and displays an interface similar in all respects to that of an Android tablet kept horizontal. As you we said, the Google Play store is provided natively, as well as most of the main services of Google and the Amazon App Store.
So AMIDuOS gives you access to the entire Android catalog and allows you to enjoy and test that operating system before you run towards a definitive change of terminal. The software installation is very simple, a few clicks will suffice. The emulator also supports the latest Android ART RunTime and new 64-bit applications. In summary, this emulator will provide a seamless experience for anyone wanting to try Android.