The Windows Subsystem for Android™ team has released an update (2308.40000.3.0) for Windows 11, now available on all Windows Insider channels. The update includes enhancements to system and graphics reliability.
Exciting Update to Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11
Microsoft has rolled out an exciting update for the Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11. This update, version 2308.40000.3.0, has been distributed across all Windows Insider channels, promising significant enhancements in system and graphics reliability.
What’s New in the Update?
The update brings a slew of improvements to the platform‘s reliability. This means smoother operation and fewer glitches for users. Additionally, the update introduces localhost loopback support for the experimental feature, “Local network access”.
Clipboard Reliability and Performance Improvements
Clipboard functionality has also seen a boost in reliability and performance. This will enhance the user experience by making copy-paste operations faster and more efficient.
Kernel Update for ARM Applications on x64 Processors
Another major feature of this update is a kernel update that improves compatibility with running ARM applications on x64 processors. This is a significant step forward for users who want to run Android applications on their Windows 11 systems.
“We’ve shipped an update for Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11 to all Windows Insider channels. This update includes improvements to system and graphics reliability.”
Feedback and Troubleshooting
If you encounter any issues with the Windows Subsystem for Android™, Microsoft encourages you to file feedback via the Feedback Hub under Apps > Windows Subsystem for Android™. Developers are also encouraged to provide feedback on Github.
“If you are having issues with Windows Subsystem for Android™ – please file feedback via Feedback Hub under Apps > Windows Subsystem for Android™.”
In conclusion, this update is a major step forward for the Windows Subsystem for Android™, bringing a host of improvements and new features. It’s a clear indication of Microsoft’s commitment to enhancing the user experience for Windows 11 users.
From the Windows Blog
From the Windows Blog