Microsoft has acknowledged that it is now providing Windows 11 users in 21 more nations with compatibility for Android apps. All Windows 11 users may now download WSA (Windows Subsystem for Android) to enable compatibility for Android apps as of Tuesday.
More users will be able to benefit from the small number of Android applications available for download via the Microsoft Store as a result of this upgrade. According to Microsoft, the computer has to have an SSD (solid-state drive), an Intel core i3 8th Gen processor or above, at least 8GB of RAM (16GB is advised), and the Virtual Machine Platform setting must be turned on.
You may go to the Microsoft Store > download “Amazon Appstore” > install “Windows Subsystem for Android” when prompted and then activate Android app compatibility on your Windows computer. Open the Amazon Appstore after installation and sign in with your Amazon account to browse available apps. There are ways to sideload apps to your heart’s content even if there aren’t many apps accessible via the Amazon Appstore right now.
Users in 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 are now receiving WSA for Windows 11.
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