Enhanced personal computer OS based on the Android platform

Phoenix OS

Phoenix OS

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  • Latest Version

    Phoenix OS 3.6.1 LATEST

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    Jack Taylor

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    Windows 7 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64

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Big screen OS based on Android, bringing the joy of Android gaming to PC. Phoenix OS brings you the joy on mobile games to your Desktop PC. No matter how powerful a phone is, the screen is no match for a monitor. Play on a big screen if you want a real blast. Play on a big screen, now that's gaming!

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Games developed with a PC mentality are meant to be played on a PC. For MOBA games, It supports right-click movement. For FPS, use the mouse to control your crosshair. Keymapping for feature games. All mainstream games come along with preset keymapping, updated along with games.

Game Assistant enables playing Android games with peripherals like a mouse & keyboard, and gamepads. The app implemented the Octopus keymapping engine into Game Assistant, offering powerful fundamental keymapping. With certain games receiving a special enhancement.

Developed based on Android 7.1, Phoenix OS pacts many classic PC features: desktop, multi-windows, mouse, and keyboard support, while also providing the perfect support for Android gaming thanks to system-level compatibility. It supports a variety of peripherals such as mouse and keyboards, gamepads, and even docks specifically designed for PUBG mobiles. It comes in two versions: a default version for PC users and an ARM version for certain adapted table models.

In PhoenixOS, apps can be run in a window, minimized into the taskbar, or even change the size of the window. It comes with Microsoft Office Suite for free, and apps like WPS, and Evernote have been adapted for the big screen, paired with the multi-windows feature, writing documents, sending emails, and taking notes are much easier.

The program is an Android OS built for the big screen, you can have the best of both worlds from your phone and PC. A clear view of multi-windows helps in dealing with all types of tasks. Elegant and simple. It deploys strict process management, closing an application closes the process completely. Strict restrictions on background wake-ups can effectively prevent application self-start or wake-ups. Prevents malware using special methods to self-start. Prevents apps from self-start, preserving energy.

Specifically designed for the big screen, a multi-tab browsing feature brings a PC experience. Comes with a powerful ad block and unique UA switch features. It supports file category, LAN access, and universal search, along with mouse support, and drag and drop cross-windows. The easy and classic PC experience.

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Multi-Window Support
It allows users to run multiple Android apps simultaneously in resizable windows, just like you would on a traditional desktop operating system. This feature enhances productivity and multitasking capabilities.

Keyboard and Mouse Optimization
Unlike the touch-centric nature of most Android devices, Phoenix OS is optimized for keyboard and mouse input. It offers a familiar desktop experience, making it easier to navigate through apps and perform tasks efficiently.

Gaming Performance
It provides a gaming-focused experience, with optimizations to enhance performance and compatibility with popular mobile games. Whether you enjoy casual gaming or more demanding titles, Phoenix OS aims to deliver a smooth gaming experience on your PC.

File Manager and System Tools
The software includes a built-in file manager, allowing users to easily organize and access their files. Additionally, it provides system tools such as a task manager, network settings, and a control center for managing various aspects of the operating system.

App Compatibility
It supports a wide range of Android apps available on the Google Play Store. Users can download and install their favorite apps, expanding the functionality of their PC beyond traditional desktop software.

How to Use
  • Download the app installation package.
  • Create a bootable USB drive using the provided tools or burn the ISO file to a DVD.
  • Restart your PC and boot from the USB drive or DVD.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to install Phoenix OS on your computer.
  • Once installed, you can choose to boot into either Phoenix OS or your existing operating system.
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Can I install Phoenix OS alongside my existing operating system?
Yes, it allows you to dual-boot with another operating system, giving you the flexibility to choose between them at startup.

Does Phoenix OS support the Google Play Store?
No, it does not come pre-installed with the Google Play Store due to licensing restrictions. However, it provides its own app store, called "Phoenix Store," from which you can download and install Android apps.

Is Phoenix OS compatible with both Intel and AMD processors?
Yes, it supports both Intel and AMD processors, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of PC configurations.

Can I customize the interface of Phoenix OS?
Yes, it offers a degree of customization. Users can change the wallpaper, icons, and theme to personalize the desktop environment according to their preferences.

Does Phoenix OS receive regular updates?
No, this product is not developed anymore and might not function properly.

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Remix OS: Another Android-based operating system for PCs, Remix OS offers a similar experience to this program. It provides a desktop-like interface, multi-window support, and compatibility with Android apps.

PrimeOS: Designed specifically for gaming, PrimeOS offers a gaming-centric Android experience on your PC. It provides advanced performance optimizations, keyboard and mouse support, and a range of gaming-specific features.

Android-x86: An open-source project that aims to bring the Android operating system to x86-based computers, including laptops and desktops.

BlueStacks: While not an operating system itself, BlueStacks is a popular Android emulator that allows you to run Android apps on your PC. It provides seamless integration between the Android ecosystem and your desktop.

System Requirements
  • Processor: Intel x86 or AMD processor with virtualization extensions (Intel VT-x/AMD-V)
  • RAM: 2GB or more
  • Storage: 16GB of free disk space
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics or dedicated GPU with OpenGL 3.0 support
  • BIOS/UEFI: Legacy or UEFI boot mode
  • Seamless integration of Android apps on PC.
  • Multi-window support for improved multitasking.
  • Keyboard and mouse optimization for enhanced usability.
  • Gaming performance optimizations for an enjoyable gaming experience.
  • Regular updates to improve stability and security.
  • This application has been discontinued.
  • The absence of Google Play Store, requiring the use of a separate app store.
  • Some compatibility issues with specific hardware configurations may arise.
  • Limited customization options compared to traditional desktop operating systems.
  • Certain apps may not be fully optimized for the desktop environment.

It brings the versatility and convenience of the Android ecosystem to your PC, offering a familiar desktop-like experience. With its multi-window support, keyboard and mouse optimization, and gaming performance enhancements, Phoenix OS caters to a wide range of user needs.

While it may lack the Google Play Store and advanced customization options, it remains a viable option for those seeking an Android-based operating system on their personal computers.

  • Phoenix OS 3.6.1 Screenshots

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    Phoenix OS 3.6.1 Screenshot 1
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What's new in this version:

- If you want to install this version, please use Intel Processor Identification Utility to check if your processor supports SSE4.2 instruction set,
- If it does, then you can try this version, if it doesn't, then install the latest 32-bit Phoenix OS version here.

- Fixed some cloud computer bugs and optimized the experience.
- Streamlined some pre-installed applications and reduced the package size.
- Reduced the ads.

- Chrome keeps crashing since version 76, please use Brave browser or any older Chromium based browser.
- Videos sometimes freeze.
- Green screen in Twitch videos.
- Compiling resources takes too long in PUBG Mobile 0.14.
- Unity Engine based games crash.
- If there are any bugs, please reply to this thread.