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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Pro 3' started by qwerty53, Dec 22, 2014.
Pros cons? The only thing I don't want it to do is impact my windows in any shape or form.
All Android emulators consume a lot of CPU so that said, the best I have tested is DuOS.
This appears to be fairly representative of the various top Android Emulators lists around
There is console os. What do you think about that?
It's unfinished err... just started... has a ways to go...
Aside from that as a dual boot platform it's either or not the kind of productivity environment id prefer where the best of both come together to gel into awesomeness. Think Parallels integrated mode...
Just installed duo. Says that error starting virtual machine
that's weird cuzz I used DuOS for 30 days and it worked flawlessly... my SP3 heats up a bit but still worked smoothly and/or fluidly... maybe the install got corrupted or something?
It needs me to uninstall my antivirus from what I read. This thing is useless. I am not going to uninstall the bitdefender. I even killed the process of the defender and restarted the machine then reinstalled. Same crap
Are there any good alternatives?
I had one that ended up trying to charge me or have me download four apps I didn't want. I got rid of it. If there is one that's purely free and offers a decent experience, I'll try it.
Bluestacks is working pretty well, with good integration inside Windows (direct access to the app from Windows desktop)
DuOS officially confirmed that it is incompatible with many AVs. So unless you trun off the AV (in my case bitdefender) it wont work. Great product lol