After previously releasing an alpha version of the Remix OS for PC, Jide the developers behind the modified Android operating system that has been design to acts more like a desktop environment than a smartphone OS, have today announced that the Remix OS PC Beta version will be launching on March 1st.
The new beta release includes a number of features that have been requested by the community and include over the air updates. The Remix OS PC Beta can be loaded onto a portable USB flash drive enabling you to try it out without effecting your already installed operating system.
Other new features you can expect to enjoy in the latest release of the Remix OS PC version include 32-bit support, dual booting functionality and more. Jide is also testing a way for the PC version to be loaded onto PC systems allowing dual boot with another operating systems on the same drive, providing improved performance over running the operating system from a USB drive. Jide explain kore about their new Android desktop operating system.
Android is everywhere, and there’s no surprise why. It’s powerful, flexible, and downright fun to use. Remix OS 2.0 is pioneering the next chapter of the Android journey. Designed to bring simplicity to productivity, Remix OS 2.0’s features are unlike anything you’ve ever seen on Android.
Remix OS is our state of the art Android-based operating system. We mean it when we say you get a PC experience unlike anything on Android and an Android experience unlike anything on a PC. The innovative features we’ve brought to Remix OS 2.0 have been meticulously engineered to bring you the best of both worlds – the harmonious fusion of a mobile and desktop experience.
For more information on the new Remix OS that will be made available for PC systems in a beta release on March 1st, 2016 jump over to the official Jide website via the link below.
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