Jide Technology has announced the availability of beta version of the Remix OS for PC today. The Remix OS is a new ideal version of Android that is designed run on your old Windows PCs.
Windows Users can download and install the OS into their Intel/AMD-powered machines and test the beta version.
According to the official website of the Remix OS,
The new Beta version has a substantial number of bug fixes and an increase in device compatibility, as well as over-the-air (OTA) updates, 32-bit system support and dual boot support through a new hard drive installer tool. The new release will be publically available to download from the Jide website on March 1st.
Summary of change log from Alpha to Beta:
Over 50 major bugs fixed
UEFI support added
32-bit support added alongside 64-bit
Hard drive installer for dual boot now available
OTA update support
Google play store and related services are not yet available on the new OS as Google is still taking their time to test run the OS before making the services available.