Microsoft will allow Japanese members of the Windows Insider Program to run Android apps on Windows 11. This was previously possible for users from the United States. The beta feature will be available to users from France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Italy later this year.
Japanese users must update the Microsoft Store app on their systems to version 22206.1401.6 or later to use Android apps on their PC. Amazon Appstore also needs to be updated to the latest version and Microsoft . requires That the operating system is at least version 22H2 of Windows 11. If this is done, it can Windows Subsystem for Android rotate.
who – which subsystem Got in early August update This has improved support for games that use, among other things, a joystick and a gamepad. Scrolling functionality and network performance have also been improved, and many bugs and vulnerabilities have also been fixed.
The company began testing Android apps on Windows 11 through the Windows Insider Program late last year, but only for users from the United States. Later this year It will follow users from Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom. Tweakers . posted Background article Which explains how, as a Belgian or Dutch person, you can actually start using Android apps under Windows 11.
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