Windows 11 has been officially announced and the highlight is its compatibility with the Android application. With Windows 11, you will be able to run most Android apps directly through the operating system.
You can start using the Android app by installing the Amazon Store available from the Windows Store. You can then download and run any Android application directly on your Windows 11 PC.
From here Intel Bridge technology begins, translating non-x86 applications to run on Windows architecture. However, it is unclear if Intel’s runtime post compiler will work on other platforms, but the company has just clarified the matter in a new announcement.
In a statement to The Verge, Intel announced that its Bridge technology would work on all x86 platforms, including AMD hardware. This means that Windows 11 will run Android apps regardless of whether you have an Intel Core processor or an AMD Raison CPU.
However, please note that Windows 11 will only run on advanced 8th generation Intel processors and on the AMD Rise 2000 series and above.
There are many new updates to talk about Windows 11. You can see the link below for a more detailed report.