Microsoft introduced Windows 11 with Android apps support

Microsoft introduced Windows 11 with Android apps support

After weeks of leaks and teasers, Windows 11 was announced. In Windows 11, Microsoft made many important changes in every aspect. In terms of design, Microsoft has moved the Start button from the bottom left to the bottom center. This change makes Windows 11 look more like Mac OS and Chrome OS. The style has also changed.

The tile design inherited from Windows 8 is deprecated in Windows 11. Users will now see a search bar at the top of the Start menu, and below that, there will be icons for user-pinned apps along with links to suggested files. File suggestions in the Start menu will not be specific to one computer only. It will be the same on all the user's devices such as the phone and other computers.

The Start menu in Windows 11 is similar to the app launcher used on mobile devices.
With the Snap Layouts feature introduced in Windows 11, users can better customize the Windows interface and also choose their own from pre-existing layouts.

Microsoft has also made some changes to the Windows Store coming to Windows 10 and Windows 11. For this, the browser will act as a mini-version repository to allow users to quickly install apps. Microsoft wants to expand the opportunities for developers to earn from their stores. Microsoft says it allows developers to add their own commerce to the store and keep 100 percent of the revenue.

Microsoft will not withhold anything from this revenue. In addition, developers can use Microsoft Commerce if they wish; 85% of the revenue goes to developers and 15% to Microsoft. This means users do not need to use other cumbersome third-party software to run Android apps on PC. Support for Android apps on Windows is the result of a partnership with Intel. 

The main purpose of Intel Bridge technology is to enable Android applications to run on x86 devices. According to the statement, this feature will work on AMD and ARM devices, despite the partnership with Intel.

Windows 11 is faster than previous versions Windows updates will now be 40 percent smaller and install faster. Microsoft claims that Windows 11 will also improve laptop battery timing.

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