Windows he could get it Android applications Microsoft The store suggests a new report next year. If true, it could be the main change Microsoft would make to fill the gap between applications and computers. This happens shortly after the presentation Apple M1 laptop, in which the iPhone manufacturer said that iOS apps will work on new laptops. The report says that Microsoft plans to introduce important new features with a fall update to Windows 10 next year, revamping the modern user interface. The report also discusses Windows 10X and a new application playback service for Microsoft.
Windows Central cites sources in a report that says Windows 10 will receive a huge update in 2021, and will bring a refreshed “modern and consistent” user interface. One of the key changes is that Android apps are coming to the Windows Store from the Microsoft Store. The report says that support for Android apps may appear in the near future in 2021, and says few details about it. In any case, this will allow Windows 10 computers to compete directly with Chromebooks that can run Android apps and Linux packages at the same time.
In addition, the report states that Microsoft intends to deliver x86 64-bit application emulation to Windows 10 ARM. This allows devices like Surface Pro X to run obsolete Windows applications. A revised version of this feature should be introduced soon and will be delivered in 2021.
Next year, Microsoft plans to update two features for Windows 10, which is likely to be less in the spring, which will mostly lay the groundwork for a major fall update. The second edition is expected to bring major changes.
The report adds that Windows 10X will enter the RTM phase in December (launch) and Microsoft expects to ship Windows 10X devices in the first half of 2021. This new software is basically positioned as a lightweight and sophisticated version of Windows 10 and is said to be compatible with low and medium speed computers and future laptops. It has been reported that Windows 10X will be able to run on ARMs from the start, but will initially be sent without support for Win32 applications and to fill the gap, Microsoft plans to launch a playback service for its new applications for the Cloud PC.
This new service introduces a cloud version of Windows and allows users to install applications so they can be streamed to any device. This allows computers with limited storage or performance capabilities to run large applications without compromising the performance of local computers. ‘Cloud PC service is expected to be offered to Windows 10 and Windows 10X users. The report states that this service is synchronized with your Microsoft 365 subscription. In the future, when this service becomes available, all applications installed via the Cloud PC will be displayed in the Start menu as if they were originally installed. Basically, Windows will work similarly to a virtual desktop. Windows 10X is expected to get local support for Win32 in 2022.
Source: Gadgets 360
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