It is starting to get more and more common these days to hunt down a bunch of Android-powered tablets that incidentally, run on hardware that have an Intel processor underneath the hood. Those are fine devices on their own, but what if one would prefer to have Android up and running on a notebook or desktop that has an Intel or AMD processor within already? You know the drill – where there is a will, there is a way, and one of the more common and safest methods would be to make use of Android-x86.
Android-x86 happens to be a modified version of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code, where it was specially designed in order to run on devices that have with AMD or Intel chips, and it looks as though the team behind it has just rolled out the first stable build that has solid grounding based on Android 4.4 KitKat.
One will be able to install it on a PC in the same manner that you would when it comes to install Ubuntu or a different Linux-based operating system, with the option to do so without having to install anything by using the LiveCD. Right now, the latest version of the software stands at Android-x86 4.4-r1 if you are interested.