Apps on Windows have become better. But each time you will stumble across a very useful mobile app that has not yet gone to PC. However, if it's running on Android, it's good news. Using third party applications, you can probably run it on your Windows computer.
Unfortunately, it's not easy to get apps from your phone or tablet to your computer to install a Windows application. There are a number of ways to do it, however, from emulators to dual boot. To help simplify things, we've compiled a comprehensive guide to what software and tools you need to install Android apps on almost any Windows computer.
Bluestack's App Player is one of the most robust Android emulators around, so you can run games and apps on Android 7.1.2 (Nougat) on your Windows desktop. It has a custom interface that makes it easy to switch emulation settings and launch programs and "Layercake" technology using hardware accelerators to improve the performance of Android games in Windows. If you have a Facebook or Twitch account and a computer with more than 8GB of RAM, you can also send apps and games directly from the Bluestacks window.
It's important to note that while Bluestacks is free, an optional subscription ($ 2 per month) enables premium support and exclusive offers from app developers. How To Install Bluestacks On Your Computer Hard Drive:
Step 1: Download the installer from the official Bluestack website.
Step 2: Start the installer and select the storage location for app and data files. Unfortunately, you can not change the Bluestacks directory. It will be installed by default on your boot disk.
Step 3: When Bluestacks stops installing, start it. Enter your Google Account Tasks – you log into the Google Play Store where you will find all your installed and purchased apps.