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Microsoft Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA app landed in 31 countries and regions

Following the United States and Japan, Microsoft announced that it will bring the Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA application to 31 countries and regions. Microsoft did not announce the full list but only announced that it will provide Android App support for users in 31 countries and regions including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

Microsoft said initial tests in the U.S. and Japan have generated great interest from users and developers. While Microsoft's desktop operating system doesn't support the Google Play Store and its services, many users are happy to get their favorite Android apps on Windows. Currently, Windows 11 users can get Android apps on Windows 11 through the Amazon App Store, or sideload them using APK files downloaded from the Internet.

Additionally, the Amazon App Store on Windows 11 now provides access to over 20,000 popular games. To improve discoverability and make it easier for users to get Android apps on Windows 11, the Microsoft Store will include them in search results, provide ratings and reviews, and support sharing links with others.

The latest version of WSA is 2208.40000.4.0, which improves security, input issues, general reliability, and performance. You can find updates to download the new version of WSA in the Microsoft Windows 11 app store, or you can manually download the full installation package.

Windows 11 Android Subsystem (Windows Subsystem for Android) includes the Linux kernel and the Android OS based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) version. This subsystem runs in a Hyper-V virtual machine, just like the Linux subsystem, and can map the runtime and API of an app in an AOSP environment to the Windows graphics layer, memory buffers, input modes, physical and virtual devices, and sensors, Can run on Intel, AMD, Qualcomm CPUs.

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