Jide revealed that they will no longer be limiting Remix OS to its own proprietary hardware, and will instead also release a free version of the operating system for both the PC and the Mac.

This would mean that users will finally be able to run Android with a keyboard and mouse and a large screen.

It also allows for a number of other desktop features, with access to up to five simultaneous windows in Android, and the ability to adjust them around the screen with no lag.

A month after CES 2016, Jide has announced that Remix OS is available in beta for the first time, launching in version 2.0.102.

The new version also comes with some new features, including over-the-air updates, support for legacy 32-bit hardware and UEFI competitive with dual-boot functionality.

Unfortunately, Remix OS does not have access to the Google Play Store and Services yet, however, it is reported that this will come in time.

You can find out more about Remix OS at the source link below.

Source: Remix OS

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