Enable 2-step verification to protect your account from hijacking.
Google Authenticator is developed by Google LLC and is available for free on the Google Play Store. Google Authenticator has 10000000 installations so far, with a required Android version of 2.3.3 and up. Enable 2-step verification to protect your account from hijacking.
Here's how to download and install Google Authenticator on your PCFind an Android Emulator
Let's begin by having your Windows PC fully booted and prepared. Start your browser and download Android Emulator. You can try the Android emulators like BlueStacks, Nox App Player etc.Download Emulator
After you've found the right official installer, you can download and get the installation. Based on the speed of your connection to the internet, the download could take several minutes.Run Installer
After the download has been completed, open the installer. Choose the directory where you want to install the Android emulator.Start Emulator
Once done with the installation, find the shortcut icon on your main desktop--double-click on it to launch the emulator.Log into the Play Store
You'll need to sign into your Google account as this is your first time launching the Play Store App. You may also sign up for an account in case you dont have one.Install Google Authenticator by searching for it
After you log into your account, you'll be presented with the Play Store's selection of apps that are available for download.
Download Google Authenticator app by searching.
You are here. Now you can access Google Authenticator from your PC.