Windows Subsystem for Android with new windows 11 update

By Sony T
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The public preview in the US is live now about Android apps for Windows 11. This permits users to run Android apps natively on the Windows desktops.


Firstly in 2022, Microsoft began to test Android apps on Windows 11 with the help of insiders that are running the ‘Beta’ preview. This will enable the users to run apps delivered through the Amazon App Store.

Primarily, the in-market Android apps are for young kids and also for adults that go for a small section of selected games and productivity apps.

A new platform named Windows Subsystem for Android supports Android applications in a virtual machine to giveaway compatibility with the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and hardware input devices.

Officially, Microsoft only supports the installation from Amazon App Store. The team of developers and power users has created a path to install the Google Play Store and different methods to side-load apps in Windows 11.

Microsoft is the only medium to deliver Amazon App Store and Windows Subsystem for Android. Today, to get started with Android apps in the Windows 11, the first step should be to launch the Microsoft Store app, then go to Library> Get Updates to ensure that you are on the latest version path.

After the update of the Microsoft Store, install the Amazon App Store app, which will allow Windows Subsystem for Android to be installed as well.

The system requirements for Android apps are the same as what users should have in Windows 11. The requirements are 8 GB of RAM, a solid-state drive (SSD), and a supported processor (Qualcomm® Snapdragon™, AMD Ryzen™ 3000, Intel® Core™ i3 8th Generation, 8c, or above).

Other new Windows 11 Specifications

The redesigned version of Notepads and the Window Media Player has been released by Microsoft.

Window Media Player is highly optimized to offer better support for accessibility. Notepad includes Window 11 design features, Emoji support, and Dark Mode as well.

One can download and work upon the Notepad and Windows Media Player via Windows Update and manually check for updates.

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