I am aware your company is firm on not allowing root or custom firmware. While I respect your work in creating this amazing product I still must frown on not supporting custom Android to protect Intellectual Property. More are negatively affected than the few you may be trying to thwart from obtaining your code in my humble opinion.
Let's me play some older Windows games on my Chromebook and more improvements coming all the time :v)
Needs more options. Developer was responsive to my issue with revision no longer being compatible with my Pixel C. Thanks for that! New app in the market, works but needs further function and refinement. Need to be able to toggle keyboard. I am using keyboard with Pixel C but ability to toggle on screen keyboard for special keys would be great. Would be great to load stand alone .exe files to the "start" menu for those applications without installers. Of course, further applications support would be great.
Pretty damn good. I needed to jump through some hoops to get it working, but eventually I some older, non-directx steam games to run. A few bugs with screen scaling, as I cannot access portions of the screen, as they get cut off. All in all, I see massive potential in this and I'm excited to see further improvements.
It does work, but it is limited to 16bit color which means if you want to use it for Photoshop / GIMP or anything that needs accurate color you're going to want to pass. It is also darn slow, I thought I remembered how slow a 1ghz P3 was but I was wrong. This needs some serious improvements to be useful for productivity purposes.
thanks for the free beta testing Not much... yet. This is the VERY first x86-to-ARM binary translator. It is going to someday be a work of art, but as of yet, no updates to the initial release to make some sense of the applicable indications of what this windows emulator could be capable of.