Microsoft, through the GitHub page for the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), has reported that its intention is that the latest version of the mobile operating system Android 13 is compatible with Windows 11.
After the launch of the Windows 11 22H2 update last September, Microsoft is investing a great deal of time and effort into improve windows subsystem for android.
The ultimate intention is that both operating systems end up being related in a better shape through various integrationsallowing, among other aspects, the transfer of files between an Android device and another Windows device to be increasingly simple.
In this sense, the windows app store amazon for Android is now available in 31 countries and the number of Android apps and games that are available has increased to 50 thousand.
In addition to Android 13, the Windows subsystem for Android would be receiving other improvements. These updates include the transfer files from Windows apps to Androidapp shortcuts, and local network access by default.
On the other hand, the support for the screen-in-screen function (Picture-in-picture) is another element that Microsoft has focused on and with which applications can be run in a small window similarly to windows media player mini player.
The main objective of these improvements is to help Android applications, which already have a series of basic functions related to the keyboard, the mouse and the management and resizing of windows, offer a performance more like a native app on Windows 11.
Finally, it should be noted that the subsystem of Windows for Android is still in its preview version and is limited to a certain number of markets. Therefore, it should begin to be implemented globally from 2023.
In any case, this has not prevented Microsoft from launching a improvement for Dev and Beta Insiders channel. This update improves aspects such as camera compatibility, multi-threading performance, graphics transmission or platform stability, among others.