Microsoft keeps releasing regular updates to its Android Subsystem for Windows 11. The August 2022 release includes keyboard support for games that use joysticks. It also allows you to aim with the arrows. Numerous bug fixes and improvements were also made.
Microsoft continues to provide special care for Android apps, which are now available on Windows 11 since February. Redmond has realized that even though the functionality users have been waiting for is finally available, there are still many areas for improvement. Redmond regularly updates its software to fix bugs and improve its performance, as was the case in July.
. Rebelote has released a new update this month that includes many improvements. Android subsystem Version 2206.40000.15.0 is focused on gaming apps. However, several other bugs were also fixed. It is only currently available in the United States. However, it will soon be available in other regions. To take advantage of this, you will need a computer with Windows 11.
Here’s a list of improvements to Android Subsystem on Windows 11.
This update brings improvements to keyboard support for applications. Games compatible with joysticks can now be played on the keyboard. The gestures for the WASD keys are reconfigured to allow you to use the WASD keys (which is likely to become ZQSD when the update is made available in France). The controller support has been optimized in the same manner. You can also aim and slide using the arrow keys when playing the appropriate games.
Microsoft has also made improvements and fixes to its software. The full list is available below.
Network Connection Improvements
By default, the minimum Android window size of 220 pixels is required
Dialog improved when detecting unsupported VPNs
Android Subsystem Settings app now offers a new way to view/save diagnostic information
General reliability fixes, as well as improvements to diagnostic methods