The ability to run Android apps on your PC was one of the main features that was revealed during the launch of Windows 11 last June. Unfortunately, the feature was not available at the launch of the new operating system. It is being rolled out now systematically, but its worldwide launch is yet to come.
Windows 11 released On October 5. Introduces the new operating system from Microsoft Many new features, including a new interface, look and feel, as well as the ability to install and run Android apps directly from your computer. A long-awaited feature has now been officially launched by Microsoft. Unfortunately, only a few users will be able to use it from now on.
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In fact, there were already a number of emulators that allowed users to use mobile apps on Windows, but the experience was far from perfect. The fact that Windows 11 is naturally compatible with a large number of Android apps should greatly improve the user experience.
To achieve this, Microsoft simply contacted Amazon and specifically the Amazon App Store to offer Android apps on the new operating system. As for the user experience, Microsoft has made sure to emulate the Android environment on Windows 11 so that the apps blend perfectly with each other.
However, it should be noted that only 50 apps are currently optimized to run on Windows 11. A very limited number of course, but for Microsoft the priority was to provide an optimal experience for all users, Regardless of their computer configuration.
Although it has been officially launched by Microsoft, the feature is still in the testing phase. So only members of the US company’s beta testing program Windows Insiders can enjoy it. In addition, you must meet a number of other requirements to participate in the testing program. Currently, your computer must be located in the US and your Amazon account must be in order to enjoy the main feature of Windows 11. After that, virtualization must be enabled in BIOS for your PC.
But there is also good news. The fact that this feature is available to US Windows Insiders indicates that its development is in an advanced stage. Microsoft is expected to introduce the feature to all members of its beta program very soon.
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