The most interesting feature was the ability to run Android apps on Windows 11.
So with the Windows 11 update, Microsoft gave us a lot of new features. One of the most notable features was the ability to run Android apps on Windows 11. The ability to install apps is provided through the Amazon App Store. Apps that are installed are installed directly on the Windows operating system, not via something like Android Emulator. Therefore, these apps are also shown as Windows Taskbar, Start Menu and Desktop Shortcut.
Not much is known about how all of this works, but during the keynote address, Mr. Panos said that Microsoft is using “Intel Bridge” technology to allow those apps to run smoothly and smoothly. But that doesn’t mean it’s limited to Intel. These Intel-Powered Android Apps run on AMD systems as well as ARM processors.
This was confirmed by Intel in a statement to The Verge website.
Microsoft did not elaborate further on this, but emphasized that Android apps on Windows 11 are powered by Microsoft’s Windows SubSystem for Linux 2.
Amazon Apps does not support Google Play, and Microsoft’s long-term plan is to include all Android stores in the Microsoft Store for Windows 11. This means that even Samsung and Google Play are getting their attention and that the Amazon App Store alone is not their ultimate goal.
Simultaneously, Microsoft launched the Microsoft Store app. This Store App has been released with the aim of focusing on making Windows an open store for any app. This includes Win32, UWP, PWA and Android apps. Support for Android apps on Windows is made available to the public through it.