Microsoft has released an update for Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11. This update (2305.40000.4.0) will add the long-requested file sharing, settings updates, and graphics fixes.
With this update, you can now share files between your Windows PC and Android apps. To do this, open the Android app you want to share files with, and then click on the “Share” button. From there, you can select any file or folder on your Windows PC to share.
The Windows Subsystem for Android™ settings app has also been updated. The new settings app includes a number of new features, including:
- A new “General” tab that includes options for managing your Android apps, such as enabling or disabling automatic updates, and configuring battery usage.
- A new “Storage” tab that shows you how much storage space your Android apps are using.
- A new “Debugging” tab that allows you to enable or disable debugging for your Android apps.
A number of graphics fixes have also been included in this update. These fixes address issues with graphics performance, such as stuttering and dropped frames.
To install this update, open the Microsoft Store and search for “Windows Subsystem for Android™”. The update should be listed as “Available”. Click on the “Install” button to install the update.
In conclusion, the latest update for the Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11 brings a range of improvements aimed at making the usage of Android apps on Windows PCs more seamless and enjoyable. The introduction of file-sharing capabilities, updates to the settings app, and the inclusion of graphics fixes cater to the requests and concerns of users.