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Microsoft wants to stream Windows to all your screens, including your Android devices

Microsoft wants to stream Windows to all your screens, including your Android devices

Cloud-hosted virtual desktops aren't anything new, but Microsoft, as a first party to Windows, hopes to do the competition better with Windows 365. Built on Azure Virtual Desktop, the subscription service will be available to businesses starting next month.

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Weekend poll: Did Microsoft make the right choice with Amazon's Appstore for Windows 11?

Weekend poll: Did Microsoft make the right choice with Amazon's Appstore for Windows 11?

The biggest news of last week was Microsoft's announcement of Windows 11 — and, more relevant to us, the fact that the new OS will run Android apps. However, there is one major catch: The app store Microsoft plans to use is Amazon's. While sideloading apps will apparently be possible, we don't know what sort of restrictions or difficulties that might impose. So for this week's poll, we'd like to know: Do you think Microsoft is making the right choice using Amazon's Appstore on Windows 11?

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Microsoft engineer: Windows 11 will let you sideload Android apps

Microsoft engineer: Windows 11 will let you sideload Android apps

Microsoft's upcoming Windows 11 update brings a whole world of Android apps to your desktop computer, but there's a catch: The app store you'll be using is Amazon's. If the lackluster selection and the house of Bezos's business practices leave you preferring an alternative, an engineer at Microsoft has confirmed on Twitter that customers will also be able to sideload apps onto Windows 11, installing things they like from their own sources.

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Windows 11 will run the Android apps you want (from the app store you don't)

Windows 11 will run the Android apps you want (from the app store you don't)

Microsoft is announcing the next generation of Windows today, complete with an all-new look and feel to its interface. There are a ton of changes arriving with Windows 11, but one new addition was genuinely unexpected. Android apps are coming to Windows 11 in the Microsoft Store, with an unexpected partner bridging the two platforms.

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