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Windows Subsystem for Android is now available to Dev Channel Insiders in the U.S.

Here is a bit of good news for Windows Insiders living in the U.S. Microsoft has made the WSA feature available for you, so you can enjoy the Amazon Store and Android apps on your Windows 11 desktop.

Windows 11 Subsystem For Android

As you may recall, the company initially released WSA to the Beta channel. It came out with a pretty limited set of apps to try via the Amazon AppStore.

However, enthusiasts had quickly found a way to get it working on any release of Windows 11. This includes the stable release and Dev builds.

Even more, it is relatively easy to sideload an app from APK files and play your favorite games and run apps that aren't listed on Amazon. In addition, you can install the Google Play Store of Windows 11.

Microsoft has updated its initial announcement with a new info.  Today, the company finally updated the Dev channel with the ability to install Windows Subsystem for Android.

If you are a Windows Insider living in the U.S., open this link in your Windows 11 Dev build, and give the WSA a try.

Windows Subsystem for Android is available on all types of processors supported by Windows, including AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm. It relies on the Intel Bridge technology, which allows applications for the ARM architecture to run on devices with Intel and AMD chips.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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