Google Android OS is popular mobile operating system competing iPhone OS or iOS. However to try running Android OS you don’t have to buy Android powered smartphone like HTC Motorola Droid, and of course Google Nexus One. Basically you can install and run Android OS directl on your computer PC, laptop, or Netbook. One of the idea is to run Android on desktop computer via USB Drive. And that is basically easy. Go with this step-by-step tutorial.
You may also read How to Run Android OS on PC / Netbook using Emulator (up to 2.2 Froyo) so it needs no removeable disk/ USB Drive
Steps to Run Android OS on PC/Netbook
1- Download Android OS ISO file
2- Download UNetBootin app
3- Plug your USB Disk (UFD)
4- Run UNetbootin and use it to prepare your USB flash drive.
5- Once finished, reboot with USB set to highest precedence in BIOS boot preferences.
6- Now reboot your computer with the USB drive, select “Live CD” which runs Android-x86 without installation.
7- Soon you will see the Android desktop on your netbook or computer!
Now you can quickly access one of the apps on the home screen, or open the menu to see more options. You can also use .ISO image file of Android OS to run via virtual machine. I’ve tried it using VirtualBox and surely will also work on VMWare