Jide's Android Marshmallow-based Remix OS for PCs receives update to version 3.0

Jide's 'Remix OS' has hit version 3.0, bringing a wealth of new features to the Android Marshmallow-based OS for PCs.

If you are unfamiliar with Remix OS, don't worry, you aren't alone. The Android-based OS is a fairly new creation that started life in January of 2016. The OS is optimized to run on PC, and was built with speed and performance in mind. Naturally, it wouldn't be a PC optimized version of Android if it didn't make life easier on a PC. This is where Remix OS excels with features like multiple window support, taskbar, keyboard and mouse optimizations, and more.

While a majority of the aforementioned features were staples since version 2.0 - Jide has now optimized the features, like adding the ability to automatically resize windows, for an even better experience.

If you are curious to try the OS for yourself, be sure to hit the source link below. If you are looking for a safer alternative, the Chuwi Vi10 Plus that offers Remix OS natively, might be for you.

Source: Jide via 9to5Google

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