Microsoft Releases Windows Subsystem for Android Update

Microsoft has released the October 2022 update for the Windows Subsystem for Android, with all changes are actually available for insiders in the Dev and Beta channels.

The new release increases the WSA version to 2209.40000.26.0, also it obviously includes several security improvements as well.

The next changes are part of the latest WSA update:

Improvements towards the Camera HAL
Improvements to clipboard stability
Improvements to multi-threaded (>8 core) performance
Improved to safeguard graphic streaming
Reliability improvements for package launches
Security updates for ANGLE and GSK
Annotated telemetry with package installation sources
Window with legal information has been fixed
Security updates towards the Linux kernel
Enhancements to platform stability
Updated to Chromium WebView 105

The Android app experience has become going live for Windows 11 users as part of the Moment 1 update that Microsoft announced this week.

Worthwhile to learn, however, is that the new feature is just available in certain regions, as Microsoft is yet to announce the general availability for Android apps on Windows 11.

The knowledge is run by the Amazon Appstore, that allows users to download Android apps on Windows 11 devices.

“Through our partnership with Amazon, now you can access Android apps and games in the Amazon Appstore, generally obtainable in 31 countries, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and more. With more than 50,000 titles to choose from, it’s easy to discover and download your preferred apps and games fitted device, for example Project Makeover, Evony: The King’s Return, Coin Master, Kindle, Audible, FlipaClip, Lutron and thus many more. Enabled by Windows Subsystem for Android, developers are in possession of even more methods to bring their apps and games to Windows,” Microsoft announced.

As soon as 1 update has become readily available for Windows 11 users having a manual look for updates in Windows Update.

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