Android is an incredibly popular operating system, but it is built from the ground up to run on mobile phones, tablets, and other portable devices. PrimeOS is an operating system that allows you to run Android on your PC, taking advantage of all of the apps and games that you would not have been able to run using more conventional operating systems.
High performance and ease of use
While there are plenty of options when it comes to running Android applications on PC, the main benefit of choosing PrimeOS is that it is a complete operating system, rather than an emulator or virtual machine. This means that there is less unnecessary code between the software and the hardware, so things can run more efficiently and quickly.
Many of the home comforts of the more conventional PC operating systems have been added into PrimeOS, making it a viable option as a “daily driver” operation system if the user does not need to run apps that only work on traditional PC operating systems. These include standard keyboard shortcuts, multi-window support, a taskbar, and more.
Powerful but limited
PrimeOS allows you to utilise the power of a traditional PC for your Android experience, but it should be noted that there will be limitations on how useful that is. For example, using PrimeOS to run apps where a touchscreen is important will feel clunky and less intuitive compared to the real thing, even if the apps runs smoother.
Similarly, any apps or games that use things like location-based tracking or motion sensors will be less practical—if they are usable at all—on a typical PC. However, if the apps or games you want to play suit the traditional PC control systems, PrimeOS provides a way to use those apps and games on a much more powerful device without having to actually buy a more powerful device.