- Microsoft has started to roll out the highly anticipated feature
- You can find the new update in the settings app of the operating system
- The feature is currently available in the United States
Microsoft announced Windows 11 in the month of June last year and the operating system features many new features including a new user interface along with the new animations, sounds, and more. The most attractive feature of Windows 11 is the support for the Android applications and the feature is not made available on Windows 11 but the company has finally started to roll out the feature and that is a pretty great piece of information.
It is officially confirmed that Microsoft has started to roll out the highly-anticipated Android applications support on Windows 11 and the company has achieved this with the collaboration of Amazon and the application will be available via Amazon AppStore.
To get the update, you need to head to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. After that, you need to install the option update (KB5010414), and then you need to restart the computer. After restarting the computer, you also need to update the Microsoft Store which can be done by clicking into “Library”, and you need to click on the “Get Updates” button.
It is worth mentioning that the update is currently available in the United States and we believe that Microsoft will bring the same in other words of the world very soon.
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