It is important to download the offline installer, because antiviruses can swear at its online version.
2.Run the installer file
To change the path, click in the lower right corner "Custom"
Make sure there is enough free space on the selected disk. ZennoDroid now supports multithreading and each thread requires its own system image (i.e. expect that the emulator itself will take about 1 GB and additionally, at least 2 GB of hard disk space for of each simultaneously running thread).
Then click "Quick Install"
3. Wait until the end of the installation and close the installer window using the cross in the right corner
4. Start Multi-Memu from a shortcut on your desktop or from the start menu.
5. Download images of the required Android versions.
By default, only Android 7.1 is available in Memu (this version is recommended for work, since it is the most stable). To be able to create and work with other versions, you must first download them.
To do this, in the Multi-MEmu window in the lower right corner, click on “New” (1) and select the required version to download (2), confirm the action in the dialog box (3). After that, the download of the image of the required version will begin. You only need to do this once.
Android 4.4 is a very old version and is not supported.
6. Click “Start” next to the desired virtual machine to start it and make sure everything works fine.
If it does not start (it hangs at some percentage for more than half a minute), then you need to check if hardware virtualization is enabled and if Hyper-V is disabled. You can find instructions in the ZennoDroid System Requirements article, in the Useful Links section.