MEmu is a free Android emulator for use on Microsoft Windows. MEmu Android Emulator runs on Windows but simulates a sandbox of Android OS. It’s meant for playing Android games on PC.
For better performance, most modern Android Emulators take advantage of hardware virtualization (Intel-VT or AMD-V) to simulate multiple cores, just like a physical Android device does. For more on how to install and use MEmu go to this page.
Changelog for MEmu 8.0 Update
- The 64-bit emulator is used by default, in order to improve the compatibility and experience of games.
- Support Hyper-V virtualization engine. Old 32/64-bit emulators can upgrade smoothly.
- Optimize the overall performance of games. Games run more smoothly.
- Optimize the game installation speed, which saves time by 50%+.
- Optimize the first startup time of the emulator, which saves time by 40%+.
- Integrate the interface of Android 9, which will be released soon.
What’s Fixed in MEmu 8.0 Update
- Fixed the problem that the SD card cannot be used after the Android soft restart.
- Fixed the problem of no response during the running of some games.
- Fixed the problem of insufficient resources when running some games.
- Fixed the problem of the blurry screen and splash screen in some games.
Minimum System Requirements
- 2 cores x86/x86_64 Processor (Intel or AMD CPU)
- Win XP SP3 / Win7 / Win8 / Win10 (Not recommended running on Server/Enterprise)
- Latest Windows DirectX 11 / Graphics driver with OpenGL 2.0
- Hardware Virtualization Technology (Intel VT-x/AMD-V) shall be enabled in BIOS
- 2 GB of RAM (4 GB for x64 system)
- 5 GB of hard disk free space