Microsoft’s official Windows Insider account announced on Twitter that at this stage, Windows Insider users of the Windows Dev development channel can also test and run Android applications on the Windows 11 system.
Moreover, Microsoft previously only pushed the Windows SubSystem for Android (WSA) submodule to Windows Insider users in the Windows Beta channel, and now it has finally opened this new feature to Windows Insider users in the Windows Dev development channel.
Furthermore, Windows Insider users of the Windows Dev development channel can now find and install their favorite Android apps in the Microsoft App Store and run Android apps through the new feature Snap Layouts.
Users can also fix the installed Android applications in the start menu or taskbar, use the traditional Windows interactive mode and multitasking keys such as Alt + Tab to manage and operate the installed Android applications, and use the native Windows clipboard The function can be copied and pasted in the Android application and Windows 11 system, and the user can also view the notification from the Android application in the system notification.
Besides, Microsoft has also stated that it is actively cooperating with Amazon at this stage to provide users with more Android applications that can be run directly on Windows 11, and will improve user feedback.