The first major update to Windows 11, scheduled for next month, will add support for Android apps, among other things. It also becomes possible to share the screen and mute conversations from the taskbar.
Microsoft writes it in a blog post, which reviews the launch of Windows in October of last year. In it, he wrote that “new experiences” will be added to Windows 11 next month, in the operating system’s first major update. This includes a general preview of how to use Android apps on Windows 11 via the Microsoft Store.
In addition, Microsoft has added a number of new functions to the taskbar, which is the central element in Windows 11. For example, it becomes easier to mute conversations via the taskbar, it becomes easier to share the screen via the taskbar and Windows will display weather information. in the taskbar.
Microsoft is also planning to show a new design for Notepad and Media Player next month. According to The Verge Microsoft will also return the clock to the taskbar on a second screen, something that was in Windows 10. Microsoft was Test to provide support for Android apps on Windows. Also in January, Google released experimental copy From Play Games for Windows.
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