One of the biggest selling points of Windows 11 is that you can run Android apps without installing additional virtual machines. Recently, the Windows Subsystem for Android (known as WSA) appeared on the Windows 11 Microsoft App Store, which means that Android applications may be supported when the official version of the Windows 11 system is released on October 5.
At present, Microsoft has not given an exact date when the Windows 11 system supports running Android applications. It only previously indicated that Windows 11 will add support for Android apps in the coming months. To run Android applications on Windows 11 systems more efficiently, Microsoft and Intel have developed an Android Windows 11 simulation system, which can also be called the Windows Android subsystem.
In terms of performance, based on a breakdown from the previous discussion, the Windows Android subsystem is comparable to the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S20. Of course, the specific performance depends on the specific configuration and translation efficiency of the Windows 11 PC.
Recently, the B station user makazeu brought the latest Windows Android subsystem operation status of the Windows 11 system. We can see that the Windows Android subsystem application has been integrated into the Windows 11 notification center and integrated seamlessly, which means that the Windows Android subsystem app will soon be joining us.
In addition, makazeu also displays Bilibili and King of Glory, supports window mode operation, adjustable window size, taskbar small window preview and other functions.
Makazeu also said that the Windows Android subsystem can run smoothly on the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H platform, and it even beats the Snapdragon 895 in CPU score (I guess you mean 888, right?). The process shows that the VmmemWSA can fully utilize the CPU performance, but the current GPU call is not perfect.
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