Windows Subsystem for Android is available on Microsoft Store
The upcoming official version of Windows 11 does not have the Android subsystem, which disappoints many users. According to our guess, the Android subsystem will not be launched until the fall of next year.
And then Microsoft may start to develop this feature and push it to insider preview users, but it seems that Microsoft’s progress seems to be faster than we expected.
Because Windows Subsystem for Android is now on the Microsoft Store, I downloaded it and found that the subsystem doesn’t still use for the time being.
Although it is not useable for the time being, we can get some details of the Android subsystem from the store, such as the supported system architecture, hardware requirements, and platforms.
Windows Subsystem for Android supports x64 and ARM architecture, the minimum memory requirement is 8GB, and the system version requires Build 22000.0 or higher.
The description mentioned that this feature actually supports the Xbox One platform, which Microsoft has never mentioned before, can be said to be a small surprise for Xbox users.
Microsoft wrote these contents in the application description of the Android subsystem: “Microsoft Confidential – For testing purposes – Please do not take screenshots or communicate about the content.”