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BlissOS is an Android-inspired operating system compatible with desktops, laptops and tablets.

How does BlissOS work?

It is an OS like Windows 10, macOS that is similar to Android x86, a project to install Android on computers taking into consideration hardware constraints (processors, device drivers, touch or non-touch interface…).

BlissOS offers a task launcher similar to the Windows Start menu and is compatible with traditional Android applications. It is even possible to play on BlissOS thanks to the Octopus keymapping solution, originally offered in Phoenix OS, another Android-based OS.

What about compatibility?

BlissOS is compatible with PCs, MacBooks, Chromebooks with Intel or AMD processors and Nvidia, AMD or Intel GPUs. The operating system supports the UEFI and BIOS/CSM boot interfaces.

How to install BlissOS?

BlissOS is installed via a bootable key, which you can create with specific software such as Rufus. These programs make a copy of the BlissOS ISO on the storage device different from the classic drag and drop.

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