Last year, Microsoft announced changes to Windows in terms of support for mobile games. Windows in 11 version received an Android subsystem a few months ago, thanks to which Windows is able to run applications written for Android on computers. All the time, however, this functionality is developed by Microsoft and the latest update introduces major changes in this aspect.
Microsoft points out that there has been an improvement in, among other things, the operation of VPN in the Windows Subsystem for Android service. Undoubtedly, the biggest change is the support for various types of controllers that can now be used in mobile games on this platform. Microsoft has made available both the use of a gamepad in games, as well as the option of mapping arrows or WSAD keys. It should be mentioned that the latest update numbered 2206.40000.15.0 is available at the moment only for testers from the United States.