Windows 11 will not support Android apps in circulation

Microsoft will not support Android apps in Windows 11 when the operating system is released on 5 October.

The company promised that with the new operating system we could run Android applications on Windows 11. This is one of the biggest features of the upcoming operating system, but the company will start previewing this feature in the coming 11 android apps

"We look forward to bringing Android applications to Windows 11 and the Microsoft Store through our partnership with Amazon and Intel. This will start with a preview of Windows Insiders in the coming months, ”says Aaron Woodman, CEO of Windows Marketing at Microsoft.

This probably means that support for Android apps will not be seen in Windows 11 until 2022, as Microsoft will first test the upcoming feature with Windows Insiders before releasing it for everyone months later.

So support for Android apps will not be available on the first day of release, but Windows 11 will integrate Microsoft Teams, have a redesigned Start Menu, and Snap Layouts, Groups, and Desktops gadgets for enhanced parallel support work on multiple screens, and a much improved application for the Microsoft Store.

Microsoft announced today that Windows 11 will be released on October 5 and will be available for free for Windows 10 compatible PCs.

The new computers will be the first to upgrade, and will follow the existing devices that meet the company's specifications.
Microsoft says it expects to make Windows 11 available on all eligible Windows 10 PCs for free by mid-2022. The Best Technology Site in Greece
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