Android is for smartphones and tablets. Chrome OS is for laptops and desktops. That’s what Google’s been telling us for the past decade. But a small group of developers have been challenging that idea for almost as long — and thanks to their efforts you can now install Android 9 or Android 10 on computers with x86 chips.
The long-running Android-x86 project launched a release candidate of their Android 9-based operating system last week, and now the group is moving on to Android 10 — the team says the q-x86 source is now ready for developers.
Meanwhile developers and adventurous non-developers can already try out an early build of an Android 10-based desktop operating system thanks to the folks behind Bliss OS. Bliss OS 12 Alpha builds are now available for download…
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