Microsoft will roll out support for Android Windows 11 apps through public preview next month. It will include some updates.
Microsoft is finally introducing Windows 11 Android apps through public preview next month. The Windows 11 preview will also include a number of updates and improvements to the taskbar, redesigned Notepad and Media Player apps. Windows director Panos Panay mentioned the upcoming changes to Windows 11 in one of his blog posts. These features are currently available in the Insider Program Developer Channel but will soon be available to all Windows 11 users. He writes “Today, we are excited to share that an enhanced offer The upgrade to Windows 11 is starting to enter the final phase of availability, putting us ahead of our original plan in mid-20221. He also mentioned that the updated Windows 11 will also feature easier window sharing and bring weather to the taskbar.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Windows 11 update
Supported Android apps for Windows 11 will allow users to access various shopping and game apps like Amazon and Epic Games from the Microsoft store.
Windows 11 taskbar enhancements will feature mute and unmute. The taskbar is also capable of displaying a clock on the secondary display. Both of these features were missing at the launch of Windows 11, but Microsoft is working to improve the taskbar by bringing back missing functionality like drag and drop.
The upcoming Windows 11 upgrade will also bring the weather widget back to the taskbar. Microsoft is also redesigning its Notepad and Media Player apps. Both include the same dark modes and design tweaks as Windows 11.
Meanwhile, this is not the first preview of Android apps running on Windows 11. Previously, Microsoft also released previews of a select group of Android apps running on Windows 11 shortly after its release. launch this operating system in October 2021. At that time. Only members of the Window Insider Program can install and access a limited number of apps from the Amazon Appstore.