If you wanted to run Android apps on Windows, that’s been do-able for a while now. But if you’ve got an Android phone or tablet and, oh I dont know, wanted to run Windows desktop apps on it, there might finally be hope.
Alexandre Julliard, the developer behind the Wine compatibility layer, stated that there might be an ARM-friendly update coming along. The software was showed off running on an Android emulator at the 2013 Free and Open source Software Developers’ European Meeting and apparently the Windows App running on Android was a bit slow, but according to Julliard that was the Android emulator’s fault, heh.
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