Jide, the company who brought us Remix OS seven months ago, has today announced the latest version of their Android desktop operating system, Remix OS 3. This release brings an Android Marshmallow-based OS to users of the plausible famous software which has become the main operating system of some recent device launches including the Chuwi Vi10 Plus and this $79 laptop.
Changes in version 3 of Remix OS include significant improvements to the way windows work, with Jide now granting users the ability to resize windows from any corner of one and simply click one button to adopt an app’s default layout and size for more enjoyable viewing and operating. This will also make it easier for users to use multiple apps at once and create a smoother and quicker workflow.
In addition, expanding a window with a video playing inside of it will now maximize the video itself for convenience, while added support for more NVIDIA and AMD processors and GPUs can be found under the hood of Remix OS 3. There’s also a number of bug fixes and stability enhancements to make the overall experience a lot better and more stable.
All in all, this update proves to be a pretty significant one, especially since it’s now based on Android Marshmallow.
You can download Remix OS 3 from Jide’s website.