After all, depending on what your goal is, you may use some simple app that can bring Windows-like interface (not functionality) to your Android device. There’s an app called “Windows 8 Launcher”. It actually simulates Windows interface on your Android device and adds some interesting functions to your Android which Windows users got used so much to. Among such recognized useful features users will find:
This application is available as an APK and can be downloaded here. In case you’d like to run native and fully functional Windows apps on Android with native speed jump to the key paragraph 🡓 or continue reading for other options.
This section is really simple. The matter is that if you need particularly Windows 7 on Android, you may just try the way mentioned above. Another thing would be not to bother with Windows 7 and try playing with Windows 8 on your Android. Anyway, before starting any action stop and think: “WHY am I doing all this stuff for?” And if you are pushing Windows on Android only for running some particular Windows apps on Android devices, consider this helpful app and stop making simple things hard =).
In case you need just an interface looking like Windows 7 on Android or want to have experience alike Windows 7 provides, so simply install Windows 7 Launcher (as we did it for Windows 8). You can get an APK here. As soon as the standard instalation done, the users get the following great features: