Bliss OS, an open-source operating system based on the Android-x86 project, promises to let you run the latest Android 10 operating system on any Linux or Windows computer on a Chromebook or tablet.
Bliss OS is based on two projects, AOSP (Android Open Source Project) and Android x86. It offers many customization and theme options, custom settings for large and small screens, battery performance optimization, additional security options and features, support for many gamepads and compatibility for ARM / ARM64 applications.
The latest release, Bliss OS 12, is currently in an early alpha trial phase, and promises to let you run the Android 10 operating system on your PC. Of course we should mention once again that this is a trial version and serious problems can occur. To get the trial version read publication of XDA project developers.
"We started our first test round for Bliss OS 12, based on Android 10," says one Bliss OS developer.
"For this version, we recommend installing it on a pre-existing NTFS partition or in the Windows partition and DO NOT choose to format from the USB installer."
If you want to run Android 10 on your PC and can't wait to develop Bliss OS 12, you will find the functionality in official site. Just follow the instructions in the XDA publication.
According to the developers, you can create your own Bliss OS.
For that, you'll need the latest version of Ubuntu LTS and a dual-core CPU, 8GB (16GB for Virtual Machines) RAM, and some 250GB of free hard disk space.
Bliss OS developers give accurate instructions to create your own ISO on GitHub.