BlueStacks is one of the best Android emulator software ever made. This emulator can be used to run games, apps or other Android exclusive tools on any Windows powered laptops or computers. Truth be told, there are many similar emulators but all of them pale in comparison with BlueStacks and its quality of services.
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First off, the emulator is available for download free of charge. However, the designated laptop or computer must meet some system requirements for the emulator to run. BlueStacks is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. Moreover, BlueStacks also requires a recommended 4GB RAM, but it also runs with a minimum of 2GB RAM.
Now that we went over the RAM and operating system which are required to ensure that BlueStacks runs properly, we can move in to storage space. This emulator weighs in at 244.69MB and users will need to make sure that they have some additional free storage space because BlueStacks is surely going to receive future updates which will make its size bigger.
Just like any other software, the first thing that users need to do is to download it. After BlueStacks is downloaded on the designated device, users need to do simply left click on the “BlueStacks.exe” file twice and the installation menu will appear. While in the installation menu, users need to reader the emulator’s terms and agree with them by checking a box and then clicking next. All that’s left now is to click next until the emulator finishes the installation process.
Android Package Kits
The best thing about BlueStacks is that it gives Windows users the ability to download and install any APK (Android Package Kit) they want. This will make it possible for Windows users to run their favorite apps or mobile games such as Clash of Clans on their PC.
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