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- Microsoft has just published a brand new Insider build for Windows Subsystem for Android.
- We aren't looking at any fixes or known issues, only tweaks meant to improve the software.
- The full changelog for this Insider WSA release can be viewed here and analyzed right here.
Exactly one month after Windows 11 was officially released, on October 5th, 2021, we shared the fact that Android apps were becoming available for Insiders on the Dev Channel.
Now that this feature is stable and natively integrated into the OS, we can show you how to play Android games on Windows 11.
Today, however, we have gathered here to analyze the latest Insider build that Microsoft has released for the Windows Subsystem for Android.
Build 2209.40000.26.0 for WSA is now live
Windows Subsystem for Android Insiders should be happy, as they’ve just received build 2209.40000.26.0 to analyze and test.
Indeed, Microsoft has released an update for Windows Subsystem for Android on Windows 11 to the Windows Insider Dev and Beta channels today.
Build 2209.40000.26.0 comes with a bunch of changes that improve security, camera, general reliability, and performance.
Let’s take a closer look at the changelog and discover what Microsoft envisioned for this Insider update. There aren’t any fixes or known issues, so we’re just looking at some improvements.
- Improvements to the Camera HAL
- Improvements to clipboard stability
- Improvements to multi-threaded (>8 core) performance
- Improved security for graphic streaming
- Reliability improvements for package launches
- Security updates for ANGLE and GSK
- Annotated telemetry with package installation sources
- Window with legal information has been fixed
- Security updates to the Linux kernel
- Enhancements to platform stability
- Updated to Chromium WebView 105
It goes without saying that this is still beta-quality software, so you should expect to see some bugs, errors, or glitches.
And, if you do notice anything wrong, be sure to submit your feedback to Microsoft through the Feedback Hub.
If you’re having any issues with Windows Subsystem for Android on Windows 11, be sure to consult the dedicated troubleshooting and FAQ webpage to see if your problems are addressed before trying to reach out to Microsoft or the wider community.
Have you discovered any issues after installing build 2209.40000.26.0? Be sure to leave a comment below with what you found.