The PrimeOS we are going to talk about today is surprising, since it is a new Android operating system that is intended specifically for computers and laptops, and has as an advantage ease of use and satisfactory stability. We will analyze below how we can install our new operating system on our hard drive).
The whole process is very easy, so those of you who have some relevant experience will not have any difficulty at all. Of course, before proceeding, it is important to back up your computer just in case.In the Download field select one of the three versions Prime OS Classic This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. PrimeOS Standard and the PrimeOS Mainline. The differences between them in general are the following: Prime OS Classic is aimed at computers that have a processor model before 2011. To PrimeOS Standard is aimed at computers with a manufacturing processor from 2011 onwards.
However, also make sure that your processor has the SSE 4.2 command set and finally the PrimeOS Mainline which is the newest version of Prime Os and is aimed at modern computers with processor construction date from 2014 onwards. After downloading the ISO of your choice you should follow the steps below to install it in parallel with your existing Windows.
Before installing the operating system, we need to create a separate Partition on our disk. For this purpose ppress the keys at the same time Windows + R and enter the command diskmgmt.msc.
Select volume shrink.
Depending on the capacity of your disc. select the partition where you will install Android. however it should be at least (16 GB) and over and over. press the shrink button.
In the new disk that will be created, select a new volume.
Let windows select the drive letter and click next.
Leave the file system as it is and click next. Once the process is complete we are ready.
To write it live CD of PrimeOS on our stick, after downloading it we will also need the rufus software, (is available for free and you can download it here). When we are ready we run Rufus and apply the settings you see in the photo below.
However, it should be noted that its configuration depends on whether your computer supports the template UEFI or the old BIOS. If your computer supports the template UEFI our stick should be configured according to the standard GPT, as you can see in the photo, if we still have the old classic BIOS you will need to configure it with a partition plan MBR. Finally, when you are ready, press start to start the registration.
After registration is complete, restart. This is the first image you will encounter at startup, so you have to choose Prime Os Installation
In the next tab, select the partition of the disk that you have made and in which you will do the installation and press OK (press TAB and then the arrows to select).
Select the file system now, in this case you can select the classic Android EXT4 partition system and then press OK.
In the next tab select Yes.
Finally, select Yes at the Bootloader installation prompt.
Once the installation is complete, it will ask you to run the operating system or restart your computer, select restart.
In case you start through Bios you will see a selection screen between Windows and Android when you start your computer, however if your computer starts via UEFI you need to find and click on the corresponding entry at Boot Manager of your computer before it starts. For example on our own computer, when we start it we type F9 (however, each model has a different way, so you need to find the corresponding key for your computer) enter the boot menu and select our operating system. (We only follow this procedure when we want to run PrimeOS ), after the boot loader is installed as you see as a second option.
10. Finally, after filling in the registration form that you will see, you now enter your new operating system. From there on turn on Wi-fi, select Greek as the main languageAnd Activate it with your Google Account through the Google Play Store just like you would with any mobile phone. From there, you can install the programs and games you like.
Installing the software for an experienced user is very easy. However, if you have no previous experience with such applications, it would be good if you want to try it on a second computer where even if you make a mistake it will not cost you data loss. Finally, we must point out that before making such changes to our computer we must have a backup in case something goes wrong.
INSTALLATION ON USB
- We will need 2 USB sticks. In one we will pass the live CD of PrimeOS and in the other we will install PrimeOS. The first may have a capacity of 2-4 GB, however in what we will pass our new functional good is to have a capacity of 8 Gb and above with an ideal price of 16-32 GB. It is also important for the reliability and speed of our operating system that our stick supports the USB 3 standard (however, the installation can also be done on a stick with USB 2 support). It is also important that both stickers are partitioned with the same file system. That is, if our computer supports the UEFI standard, the USBs should be configured according to the GPT standard, however, if we have the old BIOS, we should configure them with the MBR boot system.
To burn the live CD of PrimeOS on our stick, after downloading it we will need the rufus software, which we saw above. When we are ready we run Rufus and apply the settings you see in the photo below. However, it should be noted that its configuration depends on whether your computer supports the template UEFI or the old. If your computer supports the UEFI standard, our stick should be configured according to the standard as you see in the photo, if we still have the old classic BIOS you will have to configure it according to its partition plan. Finally, when you are ready, press start to start the registration.
After the registration is completed, we connect to another USB port and the other stick to which we will pass the operating system and restart. The first image you will encounter at startup is this, so we select Android Installation.
In the next tab we select the stick on which we will do the installation and click OK (press TAB and then the arrows to select).
Select the file system now, in this case you can select the classic Android partition system select the FAT32 system or do not select anything if you have already configured your stick through windows.
Select Yes in the Bootloader installation.
Wait a while until the installation is complete.
Caution!! after this message you will need to specify the total capacity that Android will have access to your stick. Therefore, depending on its capacity, select the following. For example for a 16GB stick type at least 14.000 to 15.000 Mb. If it is 32 GB, enter up to 32.000 MB.
Once this step is complete, wait a while for the files to sync.
Once the installation is complete, you will be prompted to run the operating system or restart your computer, you, run your operating system and after a short wait a few minutes after these images that you will see during the configuration you will see in finally a registration tab. Finally, after filling in the registration form that you will see, you now enter your new operating system. From there, turn on Wi-fi, select Greek as your primary language, and enable it with your Google Account through the Google Play Store just as you would with any mobile phone.
In case you boot through Bios you will see a screen of choice between Windows and Android when you start your computer, however if the computer starts via UEFI the Bootloader will be registered on your stick, in case you have configured your stick with FAT32.
However, if you are booting through you will need to find and click on the corresponding entry in your computer's Boot Manager before booting. For example, we open our computer and with F9 (each model has a different way so you have to find the corresponding key for your model) we enter the start menu and select our operating system.
Because the Bootloader is registered this time on our stick, if we want to run the operating system from our stick - in case our computer supports UEFI - when starting our computer, we must find the Bootloader manually. Of course this depends on the menu of your computer which may be very different from that of our tests. (Follow steps 8 and 9 of the installation on the hard drive)
OPERATING SYSTEM: Android
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