Android applications will work on Windows 10 Without Emulator.
MediaFire is a simple to use free service that lets you put all your photos, documents, music, and video in a single place so you can access them anywhere and share them everywhere.
However, starting next year, Windows 10 users don't seem to need to use emulators to operate Android apps directly from a computer.
According to a Windows Central report, the company is considering bringing Android apps to Windows via the Microsoft Store app store.
Thus, users don't have to bother installing additional software such as Bluestack or the help of an emulator made by Microsoft, Your Phone.
This plan is said to be part of Microsoft's projections for next year. Under the new Microsoft Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay, Microsoft plans to make a major Windows 10 update in 2021.
However, it is not explained in detail how the Android application will run on Windows 10. This renovation is said to take place around the fall of 2021 or the end of the year.
If true, this is of course still a big question about the support of Google Play Store. This is because a number of applications, such as Gmail, require the support of Google Play Store services.
Without access to Google Play, Microsoft will likely have to create their own app store, as Samsung and Huawei did.
As written in Windows Central, Monday (11/30/2020), apart from the ability to run Android applications, reportedly, Microsoft will also introduce a series of other new features including updating the UI appearance of the operating system.
In addition to including Android applications, Microsoft also plans to install a 64-bit x86 version of the Windows 10 application emulation for Windows 10 on ARM devices. That way, Windows applications that are already on the desktop today can also be used on ARM devices such as the Surface Pro X.
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