During today's Windows event, Microsoft has announced that Android apps are coming to Windows 11 and can be run just like any other application installed in the operating system. To demonstrate the feature, Microsoft launched the TikTok Android app directly from the Start Menu and used it just like any other app, including support for the new Windows Snap Group feature.
But with this and integrated Microsoft Teams, one hopes Windows 11 is not going to be too bloated for its users. I see Phoenix is readying to run performance benchmarks between Linux and Windows 11 soon, so we'll see how things develop over the next few weeks.
But the inclusion of Android apps is a great idea to vastly expand the availability of application functionality.
See Windows 11 will let you run Android apps directly on the desktop
With Microsoft's announcement of Windows 11 today, they also revealed that users would soon be able to run Android apps directly on the desktop.