HAXM is a cross-platform hardware-assisted virtualization engine for PC
|Latest Version||Intel HAXM 7.6.6|
Windows 7 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64
|Updated||April 08, 2021|
Because it relies on features that are built-in into Intel CPU products, Intel HAXM can only run as it was intended on processors that have hardware support for Intel VT-x, Intel EM64T (Intel 64), and Execute Disable (XD) Bit features. Be aware that this software WILL NOT work on non-Intel CPUs or Intel processors that lack these hardware features. Another limitation is that HAXM can only work with Android x86 and x86_64 emulator images provided by Intel. It cannot process ARM Android emulator images or non-Intel x86 or x86_64 Android emulator images.
Originally developed for work on Windows OS and macOS, the reach of this cross-platform hardware-assisted virtualization engine was expanded to NetBSD and Linux. While it is recommended that Intel HAXM be downloaded and installed through the Android SDK (found in the Extras tab) or Android Studio (marked as the optional “Performance” item), it can also be manually downloaded by a standalone installer offered by Intel. To verify if your installation has been completed successfully, open Command Prompt with Administrative Privileges, and execute the command “sc query intelhaxm” and wait for the status message "4 RUNNING".
The latest version of the Windows OS version of Intel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manage can be downloaded for FREE. Be aware that Intel HAXM does not automatically check for updates. To update this package to its latest version, you must do so manually.