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Windows Apps may run on Android devices with Intel Chip soon


Android is going to be cooler as, CrossOver developed by Codeweavers, will allow one to run software which is designed for Windows platform on Android Tablets using their emulator.

However this emulator will not work on any existing Android tablet, as your device needs an x86 architecture Intel’s Atom chipset, and it also requires 2GB RAM with an Atom processor.

Features like Continuum and messaging are not part of the package, but you’ll still be able to run a number of third-party apps and games on your Android device without needing the Windows OS to be fully virtualized.

According to  developer’s website, the emulator will be free and it will become available later, unfortunately the beta version of software is not yet available.

Developers says that their software will work on Android tablet, but they have not yet clear if the software works on phones.

Via: Techradar

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