Emulators allow us to use applications or programs that were designed for a system or platform that is not ours. The new version of Wine allows us to use Windows applications in Android, although the truth is that it is still in a very early development phase.
Those who use Linux on your computer will surely know Wine. It is an emulator that allows us to use programs and games designed for Windows in operating systems based on Linux. With the new version 3.0, an Android application arrives, although the truth is that nothing works well to be considered a final application.
As we all know that it is very easy to use Windows on Android using Change My Software. You can even Download & Install the Change My Software 10 Edition easily. To Do that Click Here. You can Refer This Guide for the installation process. So even you can use some other emulators as well.
Wine launches Android application, although it most likely does not work:
The popular Windows emulator releases version 3.0, one of the largest in its history. Among its many new features highlights that we have a final application for Android.
Does that mean we can run Windows programs on our mobile? The theory says yes, although it will only be possible to use Windows programs compatible with ARM processor (ie store applications or Windows RT) for the moment unless you have a cell phone with an Intel processor.
You can download the APK file through the following link. Although the truth is that we recommend not doing so. Since its performance and stability make it completely unusable.
As we said, although it is the first official version for Android (the previous ones were Release Candidate ). The truth is that it is probably not working on your mobile. We have tested in terminals of various brands (Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Honor). We have not managed to go beyond a gray screen, that in case it does not close before being started.
The truth is that although it may seem silly. The development of Wine on Android is interesting, considering that more and more manufacturers are opting to include a PC mode in their star terminals.