It is reported that Windows 11 will finalize the RTM version in September this year, and will be officially released in October this year after polishing. In the latest Windows 11 preview version, there is still a lack of support for Android applications. Considering that the RTM version will be finalized next month and subsequent thorough testing, we may not see this feature when it is officially released in October.
In view of the fact that there is not much time left for Microsoft, support for Android applications may be absent in the official version of Windows 11, and then Microsoft will update and release in the follow-up. The software giant promised to share more information “in the coming months.”
Microsoft said: “We are introducing Android applications to Windows for the first time. From later this year, people will be able to find Android applications in the Microsoft Store and download them through the Amazon Appstore-imagine recording and publishing videos from TikTok or using Khan Academy children learn directly from your PC. In the next few months, we will have more to share about this experience. We look forward to working with Amazon and Intel to use their Intel bridge technology.”