In this post, we will show you How to download android apps on windows 11 step by step. The dream of running Android apps on your computer finally came true with Windows 11. There are many possibilities for this interesting feature. We’ll show you how to set it up and install your first Android app or game.
What you need
As of January 26, 2022, Android apps on Windows 11 are still in beta. There are several things you need to do to use this feature.
First of all, you must be in the Windows Under Beta channel, build 22000.282 or higher. Here’s how to switch between channels – but be aware, the beta channel is not completely stable, and we do not recommend using unstable versions of Windows on your main computer.
Second, your Windows 11 computer must have hardware virtualization enabled. Windows 11 basically runs Android on the virtual machine, so it is essential. You can see if your computer has enabled virtualization by going to the “Performance” tab in the Task Manager. (You can press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open the Task Manager.)
If hardware virtualization is not enabled, you may need to enable Intel VT-X in your computer’s UEFI (BIOS) software. If your system has an AMD chip, check out the AMD-V on the UEFI Operating System Settings page.
Then, make sure you are in the latest version of the Microsoft Store. Open the Microsoft Store and update all the apps on the Library page. You need version 22110.1402.6.0 of Microsoft Store.
If you see it all, you’re ready to go! If you have updates to get to this point, it’s a good idea to restart your computer before proceeding.
How to Install Android Apps in Windows 11 Easy To Run:
The first thing to do is open the Microsoft Store. If it’s not already pinned to the taskbar, open the Start Menu and type “Microsoft Store.”
In the Store, do a search for “Amazon Appstore” or click this link to open the listing. Click “Install” to continue.
A pop-up will appear and guide you through the setup process. Click “Set Up” and continue through the steps to download the Appstore. The last step will be to “Restart” your PC.
After the restart, the Amazon Appstore may automatically open. If not, you can find it in the Start Menu apps list.
The first thing you’ll need to do is sign in to your Amazon account or create an account.
Once you’re in, it works just like any other app store you’ve used. You can browse through suggestions or search for something. Either way, select an app to install.
Click “Install” on the app information page.
That’s it! You have installed your first Android app in Windows! The Android apps can be found in the Start Menu just like Windows apps. They can even be pinned to the taskbar like regular apps. Go forth and Android-if your Windows 11!
But what about Android apps not available on the Amazon Appstore? Don’t worry, you can sideload apps just like on Android.