In addition to supporting Android apps, for example, an improved taskbar is coming next month and two apps have been redesigned. If you want a free Windows 11 update, you should consider it soon, because it is limited in time.
“Next month we’ll be bringing new experiences to Windows, including a public preview of how to use Android apps on Windows 11 through the Microsoft Store and our partnerships with Amazon and Intel.” Also coming are improvements to the taskbar (mute and unmute calls), easier window sharing, and weather logging in the taskbar. Furthermore, Redmond has announced the introduction of two redesigned apps – Notepad and Media Player. Microsoft has not posted any preview images on the blog.
Android apps on Windows 11
Most of the users must be excited about the Android app feature on Windows 11. The native Android apps should be able to run right on the desktop in a virtual environment with music, graphics, and network connection. First of all, it’s a public preview of the Android app, which should also be available in Switzerland, PCtipp said when asked.
Windows 11 free update is only available for a limited time
According to Microsoft, demand for Windows 11 has been “strong” since its launch in October 2021. The offer to upgrade to Windows 11 is accepted twice as much as it was with Windows 10.
The aforementioned blog continues: “Today we are pleased to announce that the Windows 11 Upgrade Offer is entering its final phase of availability, putting us ahead of our original plan in mid-2022.”
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