Furthermore, Microsoft released it for testers with a series of limitations, including for the apps that can be installed on Windows 11. In other words, insiders aren’t allowed to install all the Android apps they want but only choose from a collection that Microsoft itself selected.
An app called WSATools, however, unlocks the full potential of Android apps on Windows 11.
What WSATools does is to allow Windows 11 users to install pretty much any app they want on the operating system using a very simple approach. And this week, the app has made its public debut on the read more)
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