Run Android App natively on Windows 11! Intel technical support

Although Windows 11 came a bit suddenly, there are still many changes. There are many highlights from interface to function, especially when adapting to mobile experience, Android applications will enter Windows 11, and it is natively supported!

 

According to reports, later this year, Android apps will appear in Microsoft’s Microsoft Store and can be downloaded through Amazon’s Amazon Appstore. After installation, the experience on Windows 11 is exactly the same as on the mobile terminal , such as TikTok. Video and the like.

Microsoft revealed that this feature uses Intel Bridge technology , and according to Intel’s introduction, this is a runtime post-compiler that allows mobile applications to run as “native applications” on X86-based devices.

 

Of course, Microsoft also emphasized that it also has in-depth cooperation and optimization with AMD and Qualcomm. Since the first day of new system development, hardware partners have been actively participating.

Microsoft will disclose more details of this feature in the follow-up.

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