Intel HAXM, or Intel Hardware Acceleration Execution Manager, is an application that will help you control and manage your Android and IntelVT emulations and enabled systems through this Android SDK hardware-assisted virtualization engine.
If you’re an Android developer, then you’ve probably already heard about Intel Hardware Acceleration Execution Manager. It’s a piece of software that will help you speed up your Android development process by helping you optimize the process through virtualization. It provides you with a platform for hardware acceleration, which can help you speed up your development process massively.
You’ll need Android Studio to run this application, though. And it only works for Intel processors, so this application does have some limitations. Still, for those who can use it and for those who this app will work, it can be an excellent addition to your overall development process.
When you first want to install this application, there are two different ways of doing so. The first one is to install it through Android Studio, which many developers tend to do since they’ll need it from the start. The second one is to use this installer, which is arguably easier because it comes with more detailed instructions for installation.
If you install the app properly, it should be automatically detected by your virtualization engine. You won’t need to do anything to speed up the process – all you need to do is wait for the engine to detect this app and then let it perform the optimizations.
You can also make some changes to tailor the experience to your needs, though. You can enable GPU acceleration, which will help you get more out of your GPU. You can disable Hyper-V if you want to. If you have Avast, you might experience some difficulties, though. Make sure you have “Use nested virtualization” unchecked in Avast for an even better experience.
Intel HAXM is an application that will help you accelerate your Android development process quickly and easily.