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The promised support for Android applications in Windows 11 will not launch soon

Windows 11 will not be able to run Android apps when it launches this October. While software support for Android is one of the key features of Windows 11, Microsoft is not implementing it by the time the OS is released and will not begin public testing until a few months later.


Microsoft General Manager of Marketing Aaron Woodman said the company is currently working with Amazon and Intel to bring Android apps to Windows 11 and the Microsoft Store. He promised that the long-awaited functionality will debut in Insider Preview builds in the coming months. The source suggests that Android apps will not run on Windows 11 until 2022 at the earliest.


At launch, the operating system will include promised integration with Microsoft Teams, a new design with a redesigned Start menu, improved multitasking, and a significantly redesigned app store.


Windows 11 will offer better performance and support for digital pen, touch, and voice input. The platform will provide new opportunities for developers and content creators. Windows 11 is also set to be Microsoft's best operating system for gamers. It will unleash the full potential of your PC with technologies such as DirectX12 Ultimate, DirectStorage and Auto HDR.


Microsoft announced yesterday that the public launch of Windows 11 is scheduled for October 5th. The new operating system will be preinstalled on new PCs, and a free upgrade will be available for compatible computers running Windows 10. Existing PCs will be upgraded in stages, so all users of compatible Windows 10 systems will receive the new operating system by mid-2022.

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