Android is the most popular operating system in use today with the majority of install on smartphones. Google has tweaked Android to work well on mobile devices that have a touch screen and no keyboard or mouse. Things get tricky on a laptop computer that has no touchscreen and does have keyboard and a left/right click mouse. Let’s see how the x86 team has adapted the popular operating system for laptop use.
Next we’ll move to Remix OS that has privately adapted Android for laptop computers and their own inexpensive set-top boxes. Remix only works on certain hardware and they are getting lots of recent publicity for their private system attempting to do the same thing.
As usual we’ll have time to share our Linux experiences and any new versions you may have tried. Bring questions or problem hardware and we’ll attempt to help you.
And we’ll also have our March Linux Links;
- Long Term Support vs Rolling Linux Release
- Best Linux Distros For Newcomers
- How to install Linux Mint on your Windows PC
- My Linux Story: The Big Switch
- KDE’s new Linux distro KDE Neon: Terrible idea, or simply a mistake?
- Rosa Is a Real Powerhouse
- Everything You Need to Know About Watching DRM’d Media on Linux
- Judge Says ‘No’ to SCO
- Microsoft’s Copyrights- and Patents-Based Attacks on GNU/Linux Carry on
- PCLinuxOS Is the Best Rolling Release Distro?
- Manjaro Now Available for Raspberry Pi
- ZFS filesystem will be built into Ubuntu 16.04 LTS by default
- Meet Linux’s little brother: Zephyr, a tiny open-source IoT RTOS
- Neverware Brings Windows Into Its Anti-Aging Fold
- Does Microsoft Really Love Linux After All?
- Linux: Breakfast of Champions
- Check Internet Speed with speedtest-cli on Debian and Ubuntu