After all, Google is the first company attempted the localization of Android on PC. Whereas, they missed the era of mobile Internet & network and smartphone sweeping around the world due to an early start. Subsequent years, Android-x86 appeared first and lay a solid foundation for newcomers to make transition. Then it's Phoenix OS and Remix OS's turn to break a new ground. AppNee thinks that: the day Android rooted on a PC platform (that means compatibility is no longer a major problem), the time Linux started to formally replace Windows in all directions!
AppNee never intended to release the Windows setup ISO image files (not only because they have too big file size), but the following two reasons direct cause we have to do this for so many pure Windows players:
Windows 10's design and performance shrinks drastically
On the whole Internet, it is almost impossible to find any clean, untouched, official Windows setup ISO files
Remix OS (short for Remix Operating System) is an Android OS based on Android-x86 Open Source Project (AOSP) through deep customization and secondary development. It was started by 3 ex-Google engineers from China, written in C (core), C++, Java (UI). Remix OS for PC allows users to run Android mobile apps/games on any Intel-based PC, and mainly uses tablet PC, all-in-one machine, smart display as its carrier at present.
Android-x86 (AKA: Android X86) is an unofficial Android Open Source Project (AOSP) started in 2009 by Chih-Wei Huang from Taiwan. The main purpose of this project is to provide a complete and feasible set of Android system solutions for X86 PC platform, including a whole set of source code tree, supporting documents, as well as Live CD and Live USB.
As one of the most important and effective OS maintaining tools, Windows PE had become necessary for a long time. And in many cases, it is the key to solve troublesome system boot failures. While as a matter of fact, it is hard to find a high-quality WinPE image file on the Internet (so as to burn it into a USB/DVD media for use). As a consequence, a lot of advanced computer users chose to build their own PEs.