How to Install Phoenix OS in Dual Boot Mode with Windows 10

In this article, learn how to download and install Phoenix OS in Dual Boot Mode with Windows 10.

Let me explain first, what is Phoenix OS?

If you are looking for a simple method to install and run Android OS with Windows 10 in Dual boot environment, Phoenix OS is worth considering. Phoenix OS is a free, Android™ based project operating system that can be installed on a desktop (or laptop). It is an “enhanced” version of Android™ focused on bringing Windows features such as the well-known “Task Bar” and “Start Menu”.

In a previous article, we have already written about Pheonix OS and how you can install Android on your PC. But it is about installing Phoenix OS on a formatted hard disk drive or a new hard disk.

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Here you will learn the easiest method to dual boot PhoenixOS with Windows 10 without deleting or harming any existing file. Follow these steps below:

How to Install Phoenix OS in Dual Boot Mode with Windows 10

Minimum System Requirements:

– OS: Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 (32 bit or 64 bit)
– Processor: Intel Dual Core Processor
– RAM: Your PC must have at least 2GB of RAM. (Note that having 2GB or more disk space is not a substitute for RAM)
– HDD: 16GB Free Disk Space.

Let’s start now.

Step 1. Visit this source to download Phoenix EXE installer.

Note: Do not download ISO image.

Step 2. Once the file is downloaded, go to the folder that contains the Phoenix EXE installer file and double-click on the file to run the install process.

Step 3. Click the Install button to install Phoenix OS on Windows OS.

Step 4. Choose the drive or partition to install Phoenix OS. Click Next.

Step 5. Select a data size for Phoenix OS. You can choose 32GB, 16GB, 8GB and 4GB data size. Click Install. Then wait for a few minutes to complete the installation.

Step 6. After the installation is finished, click Reboot Now button to restart your PC.

Note: If you’re using the 64-bit version of Windows with UEFI Boot, you’ll need to turn off Secure Boot in the Boot Menu.

See more: How to disable Secure Boot in Windows 10

Step 7. When you restart your system, Windows 10 boot manager menu will occur, which also will feature an option for Phoenix OS, select on it so that we can boot our newly install Phoenix OS operating system.

Step 8. Once done, you will have to choose the language settings, and select agree for the user agreement.

Step 9. Create a new Phoenix OS account name. Click Finish.

Now you will see the Phoenix OS successfully dual booted with your Windows 10.

In this video, we are gonna show you how to install Phoenix OS Android 7.1 in Dual Boot Mode with Windows 10

Hope something helps you.

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