After six years of Windows 10, Windows 11 is here. Microsoft is finally releasing a brand new version of their operating system, and all the previews so far have been promising.
Many UI changes were made, and the user experience report so far has been very positive.
The biggest news about Windows 11 so far has been the ability to use Android apps on the PC. This is a feature that people have been requesting for a long time. People have gone as far as innovating ways to sideload Android apps on Windows.
The danger has been compatibility issues, hardware conflict, virus, malware, adware, and spyware being installed by nefarious characters.
With the US House Of Representatives pushing for interoperability, consumers didn’t expect to benefit from it so soon. The integration of Android apps into the Windows operating system is only the first of many uses.
There is a caveat to this development, though. Android apps wouldn’t be installed on Windows PC from the Google play store. Instead, they will be installed from the Amazon app store.
The most important thing is that they will run in the Windows environment.
From gaming to journaling, news, education, entertainment, and others, a plethora of applications can now be enjoyed on Windows computers. The fact that most of these applications are free to use is a bonus.
One advantage this gives is options. There is always a free alternative to every paid app that is functional enough to be a valid alternative.
A downside to this arrangement is that most Android applications are designed to be used on smaller screen sizes and mobile devices. The belief that they would never be functional on a computer has persisted for so long that application developers stopped bothering about how their applications will look or feel on a PC.
With this new development, developers wanting to gain a market share of Windows users are already reevaluating their apps to ensure that they work well on a computer and that the user will enjoy using it.
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