BlueStacks is the best Android emulator around, and here’s a step-by-step guide on how to install BlueStacks on Windows 7. You’ll see that it is pretty straightforward to install BlueStacks on PC, so you’ll be enjoying your favorite Android games on Windows 7 in no time.
Where can I download BlueStacks for Windows 7?
We’ve already covered the download part in a previous article. Just click on the following link, it will take you straight to that article:
Come back here if you’ve successfully downloaded the installer (there’s a link back to this article at the bottom of that post).
Steps to install BlueStacks on Windows 7
- Launch the installer that you’ve just downloaded.
- You’ll get a security warning because this executable file was downloaded from the Internet.
As you’ve downloaded the installer file from the official BlueStacks homepage, you’ve got nothing to worry, so just click “Run” to continue.
- You’ll be presented with a Welcome dialog inside the installer.
Click on the “Continue” button to advance. NB: This means that you’ve accepted the terms of the license agreement.
- You’ll get a list of options where you can choose what components should be installed.
Just go with the default settings and click the “Install” button.
- The installer now installs the application and shows you a progress indicator with lots of pictures that give you examples of what apps and games you could run on BlueStacks.
Just wait until the installation has finished.
- When the installation has finished, BlueStacks will be automatically launched and you’ll be shown the start-up screen.
Just wait until the start-up procedure has finished (this is a complete operating system that’s starting up after all…).
The installation is now done. You should continue by setting up your Google account so that you may access the Google Play store. Read the article below for detailed instructions on how to do this: