PrimeOS

PrimeOS

PrimeOS is an Android-x86 based OS which provides desktop experience on any x86 based device providing user top of the line features like multi-window, taskbar and deca-pro key mapper for gamers. For desktop, PrimeOS features a start menu, taskbar and action center with multitasking support with app maximize, minimize, close windows. PrimeOS share many similarities with Samsung Dex which lets you get a complete Android-Desktop experience just by connecting a monitor to your smartphone.

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Android
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Android

Android is a free and open source mobile operating system built on-top of the Linux kernel. The OS is used by over 150 million people world-wide, which makes it the most popular mobile operating system on earth. Android is optimized for how you use your phone, helping you manage conversations, organize your day, and connect with the people that matters most to you.

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LineageOS
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LineageOS

LineageOS is an open-source Android distribution available for several devices. With LineageOS personalization, privacy and security is on the forefront of development. Allowing you to enjoy an mobile operating system that you are in control of and can personalize to your needs. LineageOS also provides powerful privacy and security tools such as Privacy Guard so that you can be in control of what your apps can do whenever you want.

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Ubuntu Touch
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Ubuntu Touch

Ubuntu Touch is a free and open-source mobile operating system maintained by the UBports community. The OS was first create by Canonical LTD, the company behind the Linux distribution, Ubunutu. With Ubuntu Touch, you can use your mobile devices in a free and open manner. Ubuntu Touch also allows you to turn your phone into a desktop computer using the "desktop mode"

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Phoenix OS
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Phoenix OS

Phoenix OS is an operating system specifcally designed to bring Android gaming to the PC. The OS is based on Android 7.1 and is developed and released free and open-source. With Phoenix OS you can play your Android games on a big screen, with mouse and keyboard support thanks to Octopus keymapping engine and Game Assistant, offering a powerful fundamental keymapping.

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Remix OS
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Remix OS

Remix OS is an operating system for personal computers with x86 and ARM architectures that, prior to discontinuation of development, shipped with a number of 1st- and 3rd-party devices. With Remix OS you can run mobile Android apps on your Intel-based desktop PC.

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Bliss OS
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Bliss OS

Bliss OS is a free and open-source operating system based on the mobile operating system, Android. It features  many optimizations and expanded device support and is avalible for Chrombook, Linux and Windows PCs. The project is developed by an 501 (c3) Non-Profit organization who's mission is to provide a variety of resources to the open-source community and others around the world by creating and fostering an all-inclusive learning environment for seasoned developers and newcomers.

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Asahi Linux
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Asahi Linux

Asahi Linux is a free and open source Linux distrobution that aims to bring you a polished Linux experience on Apple Silicon Macs. With Asahi Linux you can finally run your favorite open source operating system on the new line Mac's, starting with the 2020 M1 Mac Mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro.

 

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HarmonyOS
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HarmonyOS

HarmonyOS is a free operating system designed for smartphones, smart TVs and IoT. The OS is developed by the Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei.

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Zorin OS
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Zorin OS

A Linux distribution that is designed from the ground-up to be a replacement for Windows or macOS. With Zorin OS you can get to know Linux quickly with a desktop environment similar to your previous experience with the commercial operating systems. Zorin OS let's you choose a desktop layout that mimic your previous OS, be it Windows or macOS. The operating system is built on-top of Ubuntu and runs on the same open-source software that powers the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, and more.

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Deepin
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Deepin

Deepin is a free and open-source Linux distribution based on Debian. The distribution is developed by the Chinese company Wuhan Deepin Technology. Deepin features the modern looking Deepin Desktop Environment and its own app store, the Deepin Store. The Deepin Desktop Environment which is built with Qt can also be used on other Linux distribution including Arch Linux, Fedora, Manjaro and Ubuntu.

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