Windows does have an app for almost everything, but that doesn’t mean that they’ve caught up to the variety of useful Android apps just yet. Thanks to third-party software, you will be able to run most Android apps on your Windows laptop or computer.
Firstly you will need an Android emulator; this will help your Windows machine appear to be an Android device. The software will supply apps with the processing power, memory and storage needed to run on most Windows computers. Your computer might even run Android apps better than a tablet or phone, depending on your hardware.
Bluestacks App Player is one of the most used Android emulators. The software is free and easy to use, and it will improve the performance of Android games on your Windows machine. Your Windows machine will need 2GB of RAM, 4GB of disk space and Direct X 9.0 or higher to run the software.
Simply download the installer and launch and install the application. Once the install is complete, launch it and enter your Google account details. You will be able to log into the Google Play Store where you can download and purchase apps.