Now get ready to experience on your PC. WindowsAndroid runs on the Windows kernel , instead of Linux. Free of virtualization chains, the operating system can operate faster and also serves as the smartphone UI, as per the window size.. Thus it serves as an appropriate tablet and plays well with the keyboards.
WindowsAndroid application that now runs smoothly on Windows Vista, 7 and 8 comes with all the Android features of Android. The UI supports Dalvik virtual machine. The newest flavor of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, has undergone the kernel-replacement treatment and you can download it as the free download try for the first sou experience.
WindowsAndroid does not depend on virtualization chains. Socketeq offers a way out that can completely run Android on Windows, thus allowing the user to operate Android without virtualization or dual-booting.
WindowsAndroid offers complete experience of the Google’s mobile OS. But those Google applications need to be flashed independently. The application cab be used as physical key board, mouse, and remote control. The applications come in numerous screen resolutions that automatically adapts to the screen size of the device being used.
WindowsAndroid can now be easily incorporated with the Windows applications, such as Windows Media Player and Flash and supports PPPoE or Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet. The display is accessible in full-screen mode or windowing and makes for easy switching between the two modes of display.Other features comprise of Hardware acceleration for Graphics subsystem, Android Framework/External projects porting, and optimization.
Beijing-based startup SocketeQ has offered a really cool tool in WindowsAndroid. Run the Ice Cream Sandwich on Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows 8 machines. The SocketeQ team has deep background in operating system, virtualization and graphics technologies. The project has been going on for 10 years. Now get ready to execute Android apps on your Windows.