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Android app support for Windows 11 rolls out for several markets

21 more countries were added to Microsoft's Windows 11 Android Support rollout for October. Read on for more information!
Android app support for Windows 11 rolls out for several markets
Windows 11 is getting Android App support in more markets

Windows Subsystem for Android to become available in more markets

The Windows Subsystem for Android will start to be available for download for more markets starting on October 4. More users will be able to benefit from the small number of Android apps available for download via the Microsoft Store as a result of this upgrade. 

According to Microsoft, the computer needs to have an SSD, at least an 8th Gen Intel Core i3 processor or higher, a minimum of 8GB RAM or better if 16GB RAM, and the Virtual Machine Platform setting must be turned on.

Download the Amazon Appstore from the Microsoft Store and install Windows Subsystem for Android when requested if you want to enable Android app support on your Windows computer.

Open the Amazon Appstore after installation and sign in with your Amazon account to browse available apps. There are ways to sideload apps to your heart's content even though there aren't many apps available via the Amazon Appstore right now.

Users in Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, San Marino, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, and Vatican City/Holy See are now able to use the Windows Subsystem for Android for Windows 11.

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