One of Windows 11's most anticipated features is the Android app support that was first announced during the Windows 11 event back in June. Unfortunately, those interested in this feature are going to have to wait, as Microsoft has today confirmed that Android app support will not be shipping as part of Windows 11 this fall, which begins rolling out on October 5.
Welcome to the third episode of our new series: Ask Windows Central, where we answer our communities most asked questions around Microsoft, Windows, Surface, Xbox, and the general tech industry. In today's episode, we answer four questions around Windows 11, Surface Neo, and the new Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has started rolling out its June security update for the Surface Duo, bringing with it the latest security patches from Google in addition to general OS bug fixes and enhancements. Microsoft has comitted to releasing monthly OS updates for Surface Duo, and the June update is right on schedule.
Windows 11 brings a significant new feature: the ability to run Android apps directly within the OS. While users can get Android apps through the Amazon store, it has now been confirmed that, yes, you can also just sideload your favorite Android APK too 🙌
Microsoft has announced that Windows 11 will support Android apps via the Amazon App Store! These apps will be locally installed, meaning they will show up in the Taskbar and Start menu and not require your smartphone to function.
I finally pulled the trigger on a Surface Duo of my own, just to see whether Microsoft's experimental return to smartphones could persuade me away from the best modern devices. Nine months after launch, has purchasing a new Surface Duo really changed?
A new version of Microsoft Edge's browser is available on the Google Play Store. Dubbed Microsoft Edge Canary, this version is the first to unify Edge's underlying code with the desktop version of the browser. With it is a new UI change, new features, and improved performance. Here is where to get it.