Updated Windows subsystem for Android with advanced networking and usability improvements

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Sono, 7 hours agoI definitely don’t like Windows 11. I’m running a good laptop with 16GB RAM, SSD, Ryzen 3550H and… moreI’ve also upgraded to Windows 10 or older than the first Windows 1.0, otherwise it remains a terrible newest OS

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Sono, 7 hours agoI definitely don’t like Windows 11. I’m running a good laptop with 16GB RAM, SSD, Ryzen 3550H and… moreI’ve been using Linux for about 20 years, Windows for about 30 years and Mac OS for about 15 years. They all suck, you just have to own them and make them your own without adapting them or finding the pros and cons in each one, you will always think the grass is always greener.

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I definitely don’t like Windows 11. I’m running a good laptop with 16GB RAM, SSD, Ryzen 3550H and NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1650, but the OS is super annoying. I only felt the trouble after switching to Linux. I will never use Windows again and will probably switch to Mac OS.

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RobinArc, 22 hours agoThat could revive Windows Phone. This Android subsystem closes the app gap in the window… moreWhy though? That makes no sense. Why would you actively buy a Windows phone if it were available when Android can already seamlessly interoperate with Microsoft Windows? BTW, I really liked a lot about Windows Phones and it was a real shame that the whole thing fell apart, but it won’t be coming back. This attempt by Windows to integrate Android so heavily could probably be a concession to the fact that Windows Mobile will not see a revival

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RobinArc, 22 hours agoThat could revive Windows Phone. This Android subsystem closes the app gap in the window… moreHowever, I don’t miss this operating system or its terrible user interface. My parents had horrible memories of having to reset Lumias often.

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If you are still nervous about upgrading to Windows 11, just do it without any worries. Windows 11 Pro runs really well on my 12 year old laptop.

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RobinArc, 22 hours agoThat could revive Windows Phone. This Android subsystem closes the app gap in the window… moreI don’t think they can ever reach that level of smoothness again.
Rather than resurrecting it and making it worse to destroy its name, I’d rather it be dead.
It will be one of the unfortunate great OS for RIP.

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“We are not introducing Advanced Networking”
Microsoft is so honest.

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RobinArc, 22 hours agoThat could revive Windows Phone. This Android subsystem closes the app gap in the window… more👍🐱‍👤💯

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A champ, 22 hours agoAny plans to release it outside of the US?moron!

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Will Google Play Services be an installable feature?

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Any plans to release it outside of the US?

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That could revive Windows Phone. This Android subsystem closes the app gap on Windows Phone. I hope MS gives another chance. I really miss the Live Tiles and Windows Phone experience.

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They’ve been working on it since 2014…it only took them 8 years to integrate it into the operating system.

We just want the similar integration between Android and Windows that Apple does with its devices

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