When Windows 11 was officially introduced early last year, access to Android apps was an attractive addition to Microsoft’s new operating system. However, the computer giant warned a few months later that this option would not be included at launch. However, Microsoft has recently made it possible to run Android apps inside Windows 11.
The ability to run Android apps inside Windows 11 was included in the latest system update. Refreshment is currently only available to users located in the United States. However, soon, the novelty will also be available to us. It is noteworthy that in order to take advantage of the new option, it will be necessary to have a sufficiently powerful personal computer.
Your computer will need at least eight GB of system memory, otherwise 16 GB is recommended. Additionally, a solid state drive will be required. As far as processors are concerned, it will be necessary to have at least an Intel Core i3 processor, an AMD processor from the AMD Ryzen 3000 family, or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8c. All processors, of course, are compatible with 64-bit technology. In all this, the user should not forget about the visualization technology built into the BIOS.