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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
Continue reading Microsoft Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 64-bit Official Setup (Original ISO) AIO
Parallels Desktop for Mac is an extremely excellent virtual machine software running on Mac OS – proven, trusted and widely praised. It allows users to easily, seamlessly run Windows, Linux and other operating systems or applications at the same time under Mac OS X, saving the users’ trouble of repeatedly rebooting the computer in order to switch between different OS.
Continue reading [v13.0.0] Parallels Desktop – Only best virtual machine solution on Mac OS
Acronis True Image (ATI for short) is an almighty clone/backup & restore/recovery utility working well under both Windows desktop and PE (Preinstallation Environment) with ultra fast speed, high compression ratio and very simple operation. Fully compatible with Windows and gives full play to the hardware performance.
Continue reading [v22.0] Acronis True Image – Ultra-fast system/partition backup & restore solution
By default, VMware product does not support creating a Mac OS X virtual machine directly, there is no such an option at all. To install and run Mac OS X operating system in a VMware virtual machine on Windows/Linux/Mac OS X, you have to setup an unlock patch for your VMware product (it can be VMware Workstation, VMware Workstation Player, VMware Fusion or VMware ESXi/vSphere Hypervisor) first, so as to remove this restriction. Continue reading [v2.0.8] Mac OS X Unlocker for VMware – Let you emulate Mac OS X on VMware products
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!
Continue reading Phoenix OS – Android-based personal computer operating system
CentOS (short for Community ENTerprise Operating System) is a free, open-source, enterprise-class and community-supported computing platform that derived from the same source code with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OS. At present, there have been increasing Internet services or applications around the world that require high stability (including a variety of purposes of servers and business applications) are running on it, rather than RHEL.
Continue reading CentOS System Administration Essentials HD PDF
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. Continue reading Remix OS for PC – World’s first true Android OS for PC