Microsoft announced the deadline for the release of the latest version of its operating system windowsThe company said – in a post on its blog today – that “Windows 11” will be officially launched on the fifth of October 2021.
The company added that it will roll out the free upgrade to Windows 11 to eligible Windows 10 PCs and PCs that come pre-installed with Windows 11.
“With the personal computer continuing to play a central role in people’s lives more than ever – Windows 11 is ready to boost their productivity and inspire their creativity,” Microsoft said.
But you’ll need to wait for support for Android apps – which is one of the biggest features in “Windows 11”, and according to Aaron Woodman, general manager of Windows Marketing, Microsoft will preview support for Android apps in the coming months and access will be limited to Windows Insider users only.
As for the “Windows 11” operating system, Microsoft entered into a partnership with Amazon, this will enable “Windows 11” users to access Android applications through the Amazon App Store, although it is a big step for Microsoft to provide support for Android applications for the first time on a device. computer, but it wouldn’t be something you’d like. Using the Amazon App store for Android apps on Windows 11 PCs means that you won’t be able to access the full range of popular Android apps.
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