Windows 10 can now run Android apps – but we wouldn’t recommend it


Windows 10 users can take advantage of using Android apps on their desktop, via the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), thanks to a newly discovered fudge – but it’s not something we’d recommend the average user put up with. get going.

As you probably know, one of the big steps Windows 11 made was supporting Android apps with WSA, something Windows 10 has been missing so far. Because if liliputing (opens in new tab) spotted, a patch has been released that can be applied to Windows 10 22H2 to bring Android support.