Third-party patch will make Windows 10 support for WSA and Android apps

Some users cite support for Android apps as a solid reason to upgrade from Windows 10 to 11. Windows Subsystem for Android makes it possible to run Android apps on almost any Windows 11-compatible computer without having to install third-party emulation software (you still need to meet hardware requirements). Those interested in running Android software on Windows can now try Windows Subsystem for Android without migrating to Windows 11. A recently released third-party patch allows WSA to be installed on Windows 10 version 22H2 (build 19045.2311 and above).

third party patch will make windows 10 support for wsa and android apps

It's worth noting that installing Windows Subsystem for Android on Windows 10 is not for the faint of heart. It requires some files from Windows 11 (the free virtual machine provided by Microsoft can help you with this) and requires a lot of patching, registering, and tinkering.

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You can try your luck by following the guidelines posted to the project's GitHub repository (via Liliputing) at:

Those who are willing to install WSA on Windows 10 should also keep in mind that Microsoft will not provide any support, and no one can be held responsible if the experiment fails or data is corrupted. For some customers, downloading Bluestacks or similar software would be a better, risk-free option.

Author: King
Copyright: PCSofter.COM

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