Windows 11 could host the Google Play Store

A few hours ago Windows 11 has become a reality and as the details are released, we get to know better how Microsoft engineers have thought about making Android apps compatible and available.

Almost all of the devices in the world that use Windows are based on architectures Intel and AMQ. These are completely different, in terms of instructions, from the ARM solutions present inside our smartphones.

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The fundamental game is played in this field. In order for us to use the Android apps, the processor must do a “translation job” and must do it invisibly and in the shortest possible time. Furthermore, the details that have been added in the last few hours state that the Android apps will be managed as one normal window and you can interact with the mouse and keyboard or with the touch, if your device has it. Will 2-in-1 devices get new life?

In the last article we reported how the Apps can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft Store (in collaboration with the Amazon App Store) while now we learn that the Redmond company would also allow them to be installed manually, just like you do with Android with APK packages.

In addition, Microsoft hopes that more and more Stores will use the space granted by Windows 11, launching a not too veiled towards Galaxy App Store e Google Play Store.

This breaks down a big limitation derived from the presence of the “only” Amazon App Store. In fact, the Amazon store does not use the Google Play Services within the App present but could arrive with Google access.

In short, there are various solutions on the table but as Microsoft has found an agreement with Amazon, it could also find it with Google and there it would really be a checkmate.

Source: Tom's Hardware by

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