Windows 11 WSA

Weekly Digest: Windows 11 Android apps support and tech tips

In case you missed it, Windows 11 gets support for Android apps, Microsoft and AMD fix CPU problems, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft finally released the first preview of the new Android apps support for Windows 11. The platform is currently in the Beta Channel of the Windows Insider Program and is limited to devices in the United States.

The software giant also confirmed that Windows 10 21H2 is coming in November, and it’ll be known as the “November 2021 Update.” If you want to update early, you force the new version using Windows Update after enrolling in the Release Preview Channel.

In addition, AMD and Microsoft have finally rolled out their fixes to address the performance issues with Ryzen processors.

Windows 11 build 22483 was made available in the Dev Channel with minor changes and several fixes.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned a bunch of tips to get the most out of Windows, including the steps to install the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), the steps to uninstall the platform, and the process to sideload Android apps on Windows 11.

If you have a device in the Dev Channel, you need to use this workaround to install WSA on Windows 11.

We looked into the steps to downgrade a new laptop running Windows 11 to Windows 10 if you are not ready for the new OS.

You now know the steps to view the files taking the most space, allowing you to find where to start to free up space on Windows 11. In addition, we looked into the steps to install a wireless printer, disable automatic updates, and verify the authenticity of the Windows 11 ISO file.

Finally, you now know all the methods available to install Windows 11 on your computer.