How to install Android on Your Computer?

Boot From Your DVD / CD or USB Drive 

Next, you’ll want to boot your computer from that DVD / CD  or USB drive. You may have to alter some settings in the BIOS to do this, or your computer may allow it out of the box.

Provided everything is set up properly, you should be able to just start your PC and press a key like F10 or F12 to enter a boot menu (this may vary from computer to computer). From there, select your DVD / CD or USB drive.

 

After you get it all figured out, a menu will show up asking how you’d like to run the installation: Live CD mode or Install it to the hard disk. Since we’re just testing things out here, choose the first option to run Android x86 without installing it.

After a few seconds, you should see the Android boot animation. Give it a few, and the setup menu will appear.

Go ahead and follow the on-screen instructions to get logged in with your Google account—it’s all smooth sailing from here, just like setting up any other Android device.

Note: My test system glitched up pretty heavily during the setup process, but it was just visual—once I passed the login portion, it worked perfectly. You may or may not run into similar issues.

 

Using Android x86 on Your Computer

If you’ve used Android before, you’ll find the experience to be exactly the same as a tablet or phone. The keyboard and mouse should work fine with Android, though using an operating system designed for touch with a mouse is always going to be slightly awkward. If you have a touch screen laptop, then the experience should feel much more natural.

Here are a few additional pointers:

  • Touchpad gestures, like two-finger dragging and whatnot, will work perfectly in Android. Hover over the notification bar and drag down with two fingers—the notification shade should appear.
  • Long-pressing works exactly the same as on a touch device: just long-click the mouse. Right clicks won’t work.
  • The Windows key works as a home button—pressing it will send you right back to the home screen.
  • All media keys should also work out of the box. Volume, brightness, and track controls for music were flawless on my test system (a Dell XPS 13).
  • If your laptop has a webcam, that should also work with the camera app.
  • When you’re ready to exit Android x86, just hit your computer’s power button. The “Power Off” dialog will show up just like normal—power down, remove your USB drive, and restart the computer to get back into Windows.

Your mileage may vary with all of these things depending on drivers and whatnot, but in my experience, everything worked swimmingly.

It’s also worth noting that this is still very much a beta project—plan on experiencing certain quirks and bugs during your use. You could use it as your daily operating system, but it doesn’t appear to be intended for that sort of use right now. But hey, you do you, man—if you like it, reboot from USB and choose the “install to hard disk” option and enjoy. Just make sure you back up your data first.

You can buy Android x86 6.0 RC1 Live boot operating system for PC Laptop Notbook intel CPU.

Build your own online store to sell products

Build Your Own Ecommerce Website

t’s turn-key ready “out of the box” shopping cart solution. You simply install your online store and add products and you’re ready to start accepting orders with in few minutes

It has order management and multiple payment gateways already built in and we provide lifetime support.

for demo pls. visit – www.techguy4u.in

Online store / Ecommerce Website Feature –

  • Open Source
  • Documentation
  • Unlimited Categories
  • Unlimited Products
  • Unlimited Manufacturers
  • Templatable
  • Multi-Language
  • Multi-Currency
  • Product Reviews
  • Product Ratings
  • Downloadable Products
  • PCI Compliant
  • Automatic Image Resizing
  • Multiple Tax Rates
  • Related Products
  • Unlimited Information Pages
  • Shipping Weight Calculation
  • Discount Coupon System
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Unlimited Module Instance System
  • Backup & Restore Tools
  • Printable Invoices
  • Sales Reports
  • Error Logging

Below you will find a list of payment gateways that are included in the default. If you require additional payment gateways will help you in additional cost.

  • 2Checkout
  • Bank Transfer
  • Cash On Delivery
  • Cheque / Money Order
  • Free Checkout
  • PayPal
  • Payza
  • Skrill
  • PayUmoney

Below you will find a list of Shipping Methods that are included in the default. If you require additional payment gateways will help you in additional cost.

  • Flat rate
  • Free shipping
  • Per item
  • Pickup From Store
  • Weight Based Shipping

Multiple Tax Rate : Our software allows you to setup multiple tax zones so that the correct taxes are paid depending on which country the goods are going to be paid from or shipped to.

System/ Server Requirements

Requires certain technical requirements to be met for the online store to operate properly. First, a web server must be created to make the your online store publicly available on the web. Domain names and hosting services can easily be purchased for an affordable price.

When selecting a hosting service, you should check to see that these server requirements are provided and installed on their web servers:

These extensions must be enabled to install properly on the web server.

  • Web Server (Apache suggested)
  • PHP 5.3+(1.5.x at least 5.2+)
  • Database (MySQLi suggested)

Required PHP libraries / modules

  • Curl
  • ZIP
  • Zlib
  • GD Library
  • Mcrypt
  • Mbstrings

The above PHP extensions should be available by almost all hosting providers, during the install processa it will check you have them all enabled. You should contact your hosting provider if one is missing.

Google – Introducing Gmail Mic Drop

Using Gmail for Email’s is great, but sometimes we just want hit the eject button so that we can’t get same topic emails again and again. Like those heated threads at work, where you think everyone’s wrong except you. Or those times when someone’s seeking group approval, but your opinion is the only one that matters. Or maybe you just nailed it, and there’s nothing more to say (bam).

Yesterday, Google introduced new feature for Gmail is making it more and easier to have the last word on any email with Mic Drop. Simply reply to any email which you received using the new button ‘Send + Mic Drop’. Everyone will get your reply / email, but that is the last you’ will ever hear about it. Yes, even if anyone try to respond you won’t see it again in your mailbox.

Google new Feature for Gmail Mic Drop_Send

When we drop the mic, your email will also include an explanatory image–just to help set expectations.

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“Now Sending email is so much easier when you don’t have to worry about people responding!”

“Mic Drop is a huge improvement over Mute! I can finally let everyone know I’m just not interested.”

Google just lunched this feature for the web and hope soon they will update same with mobile.