During the official announcement of Windows 11, one interesting feature of the operating system was revealed – the ability to natively run Android applications without using an emulator. This has become a reality thanks to the introduction of special Intel Bridge technology.
Android games and apps will be distributed directly through the Microsoft Store, but you’ll need an Amazon account to download them. Microsoft has entered into an agreement with the company to bring the Amazon App Store to its store. Many have concluded that only the applications available there will run, but this is not the case.
One of Twitter users I asked about whether it will be possible to install third-party Apk files, to which he received an affirmative answer from a Microsoft employee. This means that you can download any Android games and programs from the Internet, not just from the store. If the developers do everything right, then the era of emulators will probably come to an end.