Microsoft, an American global technology business, has stated that it is now rolling out Android app compatibility to Windows 11 in 21 additional countries.
According to GSM Arena, the Windows Subsystem for Android (also known as WSA), which enables compatibility for Android applications, has now available for download for all users of Windows 11.
As a result of this update, more people will be able to take benefit of the small number of Android applications that are now available for download via the Microsoft Store.
According to Microsoft, the computer must have at least 8 gigabytes of random access memory (but 16 gigabytes is suggested), a solid-state drive (SSD), an Intel core i3 8th Gen processor or above, and the Virtual Machine Platform setting must also be enabled.
Those who wish to use their Windows computer to run Android applications can go to the Microsoft Store, download the “Amazon Appstore,” and then install the “Windows Subsystem for Android” when requested.
After installation is complete, launch the Amazon Appstore and sign into your Amazon account to browse the app. The Amazon Appstore does not presently have a large selection of applications accessible for download; however, there are ways to sideload applications.
According to information provided by GSM Arena, the Windows Software Update for Windows 11 is currently being distributed to users in the countries of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, San Marino, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, and Vatican City/Holy See.
One of the most exciting aspects of Windows 11 is the built-in Subsystem for Android. Microsoft added this function. This enables Windows 11 to run Android applications natively or through X86 emulation, depending on the hardware configuration of the machine they are using.