The announcement of Windows 11 last year it surprised everyone like Microsoft had previously stated that Windows 10 would be the version of the most publicly used operating system, but apparently this was not the case.

Equally surprising, however, was the fact that app support would be provided androidSince the Windows subsystem for Android allows Windows 11 users to run Android apps and games on their computers, it also serves as a perfect complement to the Windows subsystem for Linux, bringing Microsoft’s legendary operating system to a is taken to a whole new level. The Redmond-based tech giant is now rolling out an update to its Android component, this time focusing primarily on its networking capabilities.

Big news is on the way, and for starters it’s first related to advanced networksas the feature that allows you to access other devices on the same network as your PC is becoming available for Android app on ARM PC Enhanced network functionality was initially only available on x86 machines when it was first introduced in the previous update, in addition Windows users can now IPv6 on their Android apps, as well as on VPN

With the introduction of Advanced Networking for All, the subsystem no longer has an IP address other than your computer, so you no longer see your IP address in the Settings menu. In addition, subsystem users also get support for the AV1 codec. The codec itself has been heavily advertised by Google lately, so we’re excited to see the Android subsystem on Windows catching up.

The update is rolling out in the United States to Windows 11 users in the Insider Program. If you’re already in the Insider Program, wait for the update, version number 2205.40000.14.0, to arrive for everyone in no time.

Source: Lega Nerd

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