Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) on Windows 11 has received a fresh update from Microsoft. According to Microsoft’s official release notes, both the Dev Channel and the Beta Channel of Windows 11 Insiders are receiving the update with version number 2302.4000.
The most recent version of the Windows Subsystem for Android on the Windows 11 Dev and Beta Channel fixes security and audio issues, as well as improves stability. The list of changes in this build is provided here.
Users can run Android applications on Windows using the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) program, which is available for Windows 11. It offers some information on a crucial component required to run Android apps and is accessible as an app in the Microsoft Store. It makes it possible for your Windows 11 device to run Amazon Appstore-compatible Android apps.
What’s new and improved in Windows Subsystem for Android v2302.4000?
- In this release of Windows Subsystem for Android, Microsoft added stability improvements to graphics card selection.
- The Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app has been updated to provide graphics card performance options.
- The difficulties with docking and undocking when using external monitors with the subsystem have been fixed in this version.
- Apps with audio buffering problems have been fixed by Microsoft.
- In this release, Microsoft added the Android 13 security updates.
Please take note that laptops must have at least 8GB of RAM (16GB is suggested) and an Intel Core i3 8th Generation, Ryzen 3000, or Snapdragon 8c processor to run Android apps on Windows 11.