The Latest Windows 11 Update For The Android Subsystem Increases Its Compatibility To Run Games On Google’s Mobile Platform.
Microsoft is providing a new preview of the Android subsystem for Windows 11 and has now made it available to Insider users. This update includes improvements in the compatibility of running Android games and improved scrolling performance, network, and stability.
According to WindowsCentral, today’s update upgrades the version number of the Android subsystem to 2206.40000.15.0, and after installation, users can use the joystick and gamepad to play Android games. In addition, the new update supports aiming to utilize the arrow keys.
In the following, we mention the new items added to the Android subsystem update in Windows 11:
- Better user experience in multiple applications
- The possibility of playing the game with a joystick
- Gamepad compatibility in games
- Compatibility for aiming in games with arrow keys
- Navigation improvements
- Network improvement
- The minimum dimension of the Android window is 220dp by default
- Improved performance when detecting unsupported VPN
- The new status change for viewing and saving detected data in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app
- Security updates
- Increased stability
- Graphical improvements