Jide’s Remix OS is a forked version of Android (Remix OS 2.0 is based on Android Lollipop 5.1), however remix OS combines a mobile operating system with real PC experience to create something very interesting, that can run on Windows, probably this is what the Chrome OS should have been.
The Remix OS looks a lot more like Windows than it does Android, for one, you have your start menu, according to the company the Remix OS is said to includes a lot of productivity features.
“With its multitude of productivity oriented features combined with over 1.6 million apps, Remix OS seamlessly merges functionality, ease of use, and beauty in amazing ways to give you an unforgettable Android experience.”
Which include ability to swipe from the right side to view your notification tray, you can also access almost all android apps available at the Google Play Store, ability to run the OS directly from a USB 3.0 flash drive, It is also based on the x86 chipsets and requires a 64-bit CPU which makes it very compatible with almost all Windows PC, Most importantly, popular android apps from Instagram to Microsoft Word to Facebook to Modern Combat 5 everything works very smoothly on the Remix OS.
To enjoy your version of the experience on your laptop, just head over to their website and download the system image using this link, it is about 692MB in size.
Like I said, is this what the Chrome OS should have been ?