I'm actually excited about Remix OS. But I see some people are skeptical about it. Please, use your blatant criticism and list out the problems that might emerge from this OS.
>Please, use your blatant criticism and list out the problems that might emerge from this OS.
Will your OS be able to run android apps out of the box? or if not all, at least most?
If not, will you release tools for devs to fasten the conversion from android to remix?
Will the OS come with root access from the start or will people need to waste their time cracking it?
If not, then you'd better rethink your choice because desktop means customization and if you don't wont people to forget your OS within a month after release, then give them a reason to keep using it for something other than watching youtube videos or playing puzzle games, there's already Win10 that does that perfectly and normies won't bother with dual-booting your OS just to play some android puzzle game on PC.
Proprietary hipster trash
Proprietary, nags you for not buying a license
Single lazy developer holds back development
Are you even trying?
They will sell every single last piece of information you give them
holy shit there are at least three threads up for your this shit acting like it's the best goddamn thing in the universe
fuck off, at this point anyone who hypothetically tried it and liked it would be immediately considered a shill
install remix os.
it sets you up to get cucked by not showing you what it's doing; it could be benign like statistics, or it could be a lot more severe like just suddenly charging you for freeware. x86 android is just plain retarded, i don't think x86 could possibly have a lot of stakes in the arm field in terms of efficiency. just download a good rom you like and you're set.
The type of party that makes proprietary programs is typically the type of party that don't want to make the world of technology better, but instead get rich through either selling, which is getting less popular, lock in, collection of data, anti-features etc..
Also proprietary software is not trustworthy as you can't see what it's doing and development might stop or go bad at some point.
Take uTorrent for example, which was decent but now ships bitcoinminers and ads etc. If it was open source there would now be a clean fork, but now the users are just cucked.