Can I install Windows 10 on Android tablets? How can it be done? Here is all you need to know about installing Windows 10 on Android tablets
Windows 10 on Android tablet
Did you just buy an Android tablet on Amazon, Gearbest or similar? And maybe now you would like to modify your device by installing the Windows 10 operating system?
Let me guess: you have lost a lot of time on Google, various blogs and forums to try to figure out if you can install Windows 10 on your Android tablet, but at the moment you haven’t found any answers to your questions, have you?
Well, finally you have reached the article that is right for you, where you will find the answers to all your questions and in particular you will finally understand if and how you can upgrade your tablet to Windows 10, the Microsoft operating system designed for fixed computers, laptops and of course also tablets.
Since I don’t like wasting time and I don’t even think about you, let’s get straight to the point.
Can I install Windows 10 on a tablet with Android?
The answer, without too many words, is NO.
Needless to turn around and make you waste time unnecessarily: the installation of Windows 10 requires a certain hardware to work properly (motherboard, RAM, system memory..); without this hardware and a correct configuration, Windows 10 cannot be installed or started.
So don’t waste time looking for alternative solutions and roads, you won’t find them: you can’t change the operating system on your Android tablet, you have to keep that. Or at most, with root and recovery (thus voiding the warranty), you can change to sign to install another version of Android, a custom firmware with appropriate modifications, but always based on the Android operating system.
Stay away from all those guides that promise to let you install Windows 10 on Android tablets: they don’t work, they make you waste time and you even risk breaking your tablet forever, making it unusable.
If you want a tablet with Windows 10, you have to buy one that mounts this factory operating system, you can’t buy a tablet with Android and then manually install the Microsoft OS.
Android and Windows 10 tablets in dual boot
At most, but I do not recommend it, you can try to buy a Windows 10 tablet with the Android operating system installed: on Amazon there are tablets with two operating systems already installed (Android and Windows 10), but in general they offer poor performance, they work badly and above all they mount very old and outdated versions of Android, which are not compatible with any app or program on the Play Store.
In short, I advise you to leave this path alone.
We will update the article in case of news
I’m sorry, but this is the case, both at the moment and in the future.
In case of news or changes I will update the article, but for now unfortunately I have nothing else to add.