The Windows Subsystem for Android update, or what is known as {Subsystem for Android}, aims to improve the Android gaming experience

Besides the new version of Windows 11 being rolled out to developers in the Beta channel today, Microsoft is also releasing a new version of the Windows Subsystem for Android {Subsystem for Android}, although this build is available to all Windows Insider channels. This update brings the Windows subsystem for Android to version 2206.40000.15.0, and appears to be focusing heavily on improvements to the gaming experience on Android.

Specifically, there have been some updates that make it easier to control the games. Games that use joysticks can now be controlled, with directional movement assigned to the WASD keys, while games that use aim-and-slide gestures can be played using controls mapped to the arrow keys on the keyboard. In addition, you can use a gamepad directly with Android games that support it, which makes the experience more natural. Games are one of the most popular use cases for people to use Android emulators like Bluestacks, so this update may make the Windows sub-system for Android more useful for this audience.

There are other general improvements to the overall Android experience on Windows as well. This includes improvements to scrolling, grids, and more. Here is the full list of changes:

Expected improvements

Networking improvements

The minimum Android window size is set by default to 220dp

Improved dialog when unsupported VPN is detected

New toggle to display/save diagnostic data in the Windows subsystem of the Android Settings app

Security updates

General reliability fixes, including improvements to diagnostic volumes

Graphics improvements

Microsoft still notes that some VPNs may not be supported by advanced networking features in the Windows subsystem for Android, which is the only known issue mentioned in this build.

It’s worth noting that the Windows subsystem for Android is still only officially available in the US, although it’s possible to work around these limitations if you want to use it in other regions. Microsoft announced earlier this year that it plans to bring Android app support to five more markets before the end of the year, but we haven’t heard more news yet on that front.

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