Android TV Google’s version of Android OS made specially for smart TVs and set top boxes. Only difference is its custom user interface designed to be easy to navigate using a remote control and big screen TV and it supports apps with similar features.
So if you feel that you want the experience of Android TV without splurging on a new TV, you can install an unofficial version of Android TV on just about any PC.
Developer Geek Till It Hertz has been working on a modified version of Android-x86 that includes Google’s Leanback Launcher and some other Android TV apps, and says that in Build 2 of the operating system, almost everything works.
The user interface works, WiFi works, and you won’t see tablet-style Android buttons at the bottom of the screen or a navigation bar at the time. Android TV-style settings are also now accessible.
Keep in mind, this is unofficial software… and it’s also still a little rough around the edges. But you can install it on a computer pretty much the same way you would install Ubuntu or another Linux distribution, which makes it easy to give Android TV a try.