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Windows 11 Brings Huge Updates For Android Gamers

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Microsoft released a new Windows 11 package to insiders. The package also contained a new version of Windows Subsystem for Android. 

In addition, the changelog revealed that it is compatible with gamepads, joysticks, and other gestures common to smartphones and tablets.

What's new: - New suite of shims is available to toggle in the Windows Subsystem for - Android Settings app, which enables better experiences in several apps

- Compatibility for games with joysticks (mapped to WASD) - Compatibility for gamepad in games - Compatibility for aiming in games with arrow keys

- Compatibility for sliding in games with arrow keys - Scrolling improvements - Networking improvements

- Android minimum window size defaulted to 220dp - Improved dialogue when unsupported VPN is detected

- New toggle to view/save diagnostic data in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app - General reliability fixes, including improvements to diagnostic sizes

Only testers in the United States have access to the update (version 2206.40000.15.0). 

In addition, the subsystem for Android allows you to emulate mobile applications without third-party software. 

You can download it from the Microsoft Store to any Windows 11 device. However, titles are only available with touch support.

This update will give testers a more comprehensive selection of gestures and functions. 

Once everything is polished and fixed, we can all play mobile games without having to lug around our actual phones.