Microsoft announced the release Version 1.0 that Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) and along the way made sure it was ready for official use by Windows users and not just a preview release. For those unfamiliar with the Windows Subsystem for Android, it was created to allow Windows 11 users to run Android applications.just download what you need Android apps from amazon app store I run it on a Windows 11 machine.
Brad Linder from the Liliputing website has a little more detail on how it works.
“Despite the WSA moving to version 1.0, there are still some Android features that don’t work at all on Windows 11. Widgets and picture-in-picture video are not supported. Apps that require hardware DRM will still work. No, nor is it yet possible to use USB or Bluetooth accessories with Android apps on Windows PCs, and Microsoft has not yet enabled file transfer support for file backup or restore.”
Run Android apps on Windows 11
“But the company says it’s working on at least some of these things. File transfer and picture-in-picture support are on the product roadmap, as is the WSA’s upgrade to Android 13. Microsoft also pushed a new build of WSA to Windows Insider, which features improvements to camera, clipboard, graphics, multithreaded performance, etc. Just because there is a “stable” build, it means that Microsoft is in beta and development That’s not to say we haven’t provided preview builds to channel testers yet. ”
For more information, Windows Subsystem for Android To prepare Android apps for use on Windows 11 devices, please visit Microsoft’s official website at the link below.
Source: Microsoft: Rewriting: @MishaalRahman
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