Implementing Windows application in Tablet



  hi, I am in need of implementing windows application in Android tablet.i want to Types of Tablets available in market and its Supporting OS, and want to check whether in which tablet  i can implement windows application Is this possible pl let me Know


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You may want to post a note in the Android Developers forum, and see the other support resources available.

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I'm not sure I follow your question exactly, but if you want to run Windows applications on an Android tablet, the easiest way to go about that would be to use OnLive and access a Windows PC or virtualized Windows environment through your Android tablet. It does require an internet connection, but that's generally no big deal.

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