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Microsoft supports Android applications to work on Windows devices .. This is how it will work

Microsoft supports Android applications to work on Windows devices .. This is how it will work

Software giant Microsoft has unveiled the next generation of its Windows system, called Windows 11, as the latest version of Microsoft's main operating system will succeed Windows 10, which the company introduced in 2015.

This is the first major update in 6 years that brings many new additions including the new Start menu and Android apps, and in an important step, Microsoft has integrated Android apps into its new operating system, and Android apps will natively run on Windows 11 and can be downloaded from Amazon's Appstore, and these apps will be listed in the Windows Store.

How will Android apps work on Windows?

Android apps on Windows 11 can be pinned to the taskbar or clipped alongside traditional Windows apps, and these apps will work with the new layout features of Windows 11, and Windows 11 also provides a new pop-up store for apps, and the new pop-up store aims to make it easier for users to install apps from the browser ; When a user clicks the Download Microsoft Store icon on a webpage, the Microsoft Store Installation Manager will pop up, all without moving away from what they were doing.

 
No more emulators to run apps

So far, PC users have used emulators to run Android apps on their systems, but Microsoft will also do something similar through its partnership with Intel, using Intel Bridge technology to make this a reality. Intel Bridge technology is a post-runtime compiler that enables Applications from running locally on x86-based machines, including running these applications on Windows.

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