We talked about Remix OS previously and the recent beta sees a number of improvements. One of the big change was the ability to dual boot it alongside a Windows installation.
Remix OS is a free, lightweight and portable operating system developed by Jide which offers Android 5.1 Lollipop to traditional computers. It comes with Start Menu, Taskbar and proper program windows with titlebar and caption buttons (minimize, maximize and close) and looks rather polished.
However, I wanted to install Remix OS directly to an old atom based netbook. I had format it and installed Ubuntu previously. I tried installing Remix directly via the USB boot but wasn’t successful. It had to do with creating the boot partition via GPT which didnt work so well.