Android apps launch next month on Windows 11 – News

Windows 11 will receive its first major update next month. In addition, new functions have been added and it is possible to run Android applications on Windows for the first time.

Windows 11 was released last fall and is now gradually rolling out to Windows 10 users. The switch isn’t (yet) mandatory, but according to Microsoft, people are switching to Windows 11 faster than Windows 10 at the time. Although the company did not mention any numbers.

Most importantly, the remake is getting its first major expansion. This includes a public preview, and therefore not a final version, of Android apps on Windows 11. It’s powered by the Microsoft Store in collaboration with Amazon and Intel.

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Other novelties include the ability to mute conversations, share windows with others more smoothly, and weather forecasts that appear in the taskbar. Something that was already possible in Windows 10. Notepad and Mediaplayer are also getting a new design with the update.

Usually, a major update is gradually rolled out to users. Most of them will be offered to install starting next month, just as they did with the switch to Windows 11.

Windows 11 was released last fall and is now gradually rolling out to Windows 10 users. The switch isn’t (yet) mandatory, but according to Microsoft, people are switching to Windows 11 faster than Windows 10 at the time. Although the company did not mention any numbers .. is that the new version will get its first major expansion. This includes a public preview, so it wasn’t a final release, for Android apps on Windows 11. It runs through the Microsoft Store in collaboration with Amazon and Intel. Other novelties include the ability to mute conversations, share windows more smoothly with others, and a weather forecast that appears in the taskbar. Something that was already possible in Windows 10. Notepad and Mediaplayer are also getting a new design with the update. Usually, a major update is rolled out gradually to users. Most of them will be offered to install starting next month, just as they did with the switch to Windows 11.

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