A developer has managed to install Google Play Store on Windows 11. In this way, it is possible to download and run any type of Android game or application on Microsoft’s new operating system.
The programmer named ADeltaX, from Italy, posted on GitHub and in a YouTube video detailed instructions on how to install Google services, including the Google Play store, on Windows 11.
Although, it should be noted that the process of installing the Google Play store on Windows 11 can be much easier for those who are familiar with Linux commands. ADeltaX notes that he will update its guide overtime to make it easier to understand.
Native support for Android applications using the Amazon app store is one of the main announced features of Windows 11. When it will be available to all users, not just members of Windows Insider is not yet clear.