Windows 11 leaked screenshots showcase multi-instance support for Android apps

Ever since Microsoft announced Windows 11 in June of this year, we’ve been expecting support for Android apps to arrive. While the feature ended up not launching alongside Windows 11 itself, Windows Insiders are supposed to be able to test it in the coming months. In the meantime, screenshots of Android apps running on Windows 11 were recently spotted online, and they seem to confirm multi-instance support.
The images were shared by a user on Chinese social network Billibilli (via Windows Latest), though they appear to have been taken down. In the images, we see two social network apps running on Windows 11, but the most notable one is where we see the WeChat app on the Windows 11 taskbar. You can see that WeChat is running in two instances, seemingly in two completely different parts of the app.

Multi-instance support for Android apps in Windows 11 would be a big deal, especially considering many Android phones don’t support that kind of feature. This could greatly help with mul…

Written By: João Carrasqueira

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