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    WINDOWS 11 By Simon Bisson Fill the “app gap” by running Android applications on your PC. PC software is disappearing. Where there used to be full-fea
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      I have used BlueStacks to run apps from the Play store on my PC. So far,it has worked very well. Seems like a much simpler way to run apps designed for Android on your PC.

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        Yes, it’s a useful tool. However it’s focused mainly on games and doesn’t have the same level of integration with Windows, as it runs in an emulated Android environment. The combination of the Krypton hypervisor and Intel Bridge gives WSA enough of an edge to have replaced BlueStacks for me!

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      Simon RE:“Understanding Windows Subsystem for Android”

      At your suggestion, I looked up “Amazon Appstore” from your link and find mainly 1-star ratings. Nearly everyone thinks it’s a POS. What’ up?! Why would I want to install something that doesn’t work?

      Bill B

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