Microsoft continues to offer new features for its operating system. Suddenly, the company released information and a roadmap for the WSA (Windows Subsystem for Android) on GitHub, with future updates that can excite users. Thus, she confirmed that she will bring Android 13 to Windows 11.
With the latest updates, the WSA has gotten relatively faster, but Microsoft doesn’t want to stop there. The Redmond company published on Monday (17) some pertinent data about the current state of the Windows subsystem.
According to the page, some features such as location, GPS and WebView are already available, but it is the part of “Future Roadmap” that offers the main novelty: Android 13.
It is true that there is still not much information about the arrival of the OS or how it will be done. However, you can see the file transfer feature in the same list. This means that the user will be able to transfer different types of documents between Windows 11 and WSA.
Other new features include the addition of shortcuts and “picture-in-picture”. The first is a feature known by the installed base of both operating systems, but which always proves to be quite useful. The second should allow the person to run Android apps in a second window while using apps on Windows.
Lastly, Android 13 will offer local network access by default. It is worth noting that there is still no information on when Google’s OS will arrive on Windows 11, but we expect it to be in 2023.
Latest WSA Update Brings Gamers Options
At the beginning of September, the Microsoft has released version 2207.40000.8.0, which made Windows Subsystem for Android faster. A number of fixes to app restarts were made, but it was the gaming crowd that received the main pampering.
To begin with, a more advanced network was deployed, ensuring more competent connections. In addition, gaming performance improvements and more complete integration with system resources have also arrived.
Even improvements to GamePad controls and more complete keyboard and mouse support were part of this update.
With information: Windows Latest.