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Old 01-13-2016, 03:01 PM   #1
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LXer: Whatever the Android-ChromeOS mashup looks like, it's gotta be better looking than this


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If you've ever wondered what Android would look like as a desktop PC OS, then try this for size: Remix OS from China. It's a very rough-around-the-edges build of Android x86–an ongoing port of Google's open-source OS from ARM gadgets to x86 PC's–with some closed-source stuff to create a multi-tasking desktop with moving windows, an application bar, and so on, but with Android's look-and-feel. It tries its best to map keyboard shortcuts and mouse movements to the normally fingertip-driven user interface.

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