Windows 11 + Android Apps: Amazing But…

Microsoft recently released the preview of Android apps support in Windows 11, and in this video, we talk about our Android apps, Play Store, Sideloading apps experience on Windows 11.

How to Install and Run Android Apps on Windows 11:
How to Install Google Play Store on Windows 11:
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28 thoughts on “Windows 11 + Android Apps: Amazing But…”

  1. Hey I recently bought a great laptop and it is giving me a free windows 11 update and saying I can change back to windows 10 and no data would be lost. Is it true ? Will I lose my data ? And will I lose the web browsers I saved on Google they're important as I run a influencer marketing agency website in it

  2. I got the Windows 11 update yesterday and I have updated it. After an update initially, there was little lag but subsequently, I got a few updates of the .NET framework and a few others. Interestingly after installing all those updates Windows 11 is running glitch-free and fluid. I am loving it.

  3. Hi, installed Jio TV through Windows subsystem for Android . But every time I switch to full screen, it reverts immediately to the small screen. Any workaround to keep it on full screen mode?

  4. ഡിജിറ്റൽ സ്വകാര്യതക്കായി Open Source ആപ്പുകൾ പരിചയപ്പെട്ടിരിക്കാം ! സ്വാഗതം 🙂 ( a small channel dedicated to promote open source android apps)

  5. Bluestacks uses virtualbox to emulate the os which in itself uses seperate virtual environment so no sharing of kernels with windows, subsystem is different from virtualbox. Bluestack might be seperating playstore RAM usage but virtualbox could be using around same resources for now.

    One thing that i noticed for WSA is they haven't added support for graphics acceleration which mostly puts pressure on cpu than gpu so the graphics feels little laggy in it. hope they fix that in next build.

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