24Bit episode 36: Do we really need Android apps on Windows?

Microsoft had said that Windows 10 was “the last Windows”. Well, that promise lasted as long as the many by Android device makers on their commitments to updates do.

We now have with us, or rather, we will have with us soon, Windows 11, a whole new version of the world’s most widely used desktop operating system. Where does that leave the world’s most widely used mobile operating system, Android?

Well, Microsoft has tried to figure things out, as we noted. Is that a good way of working? Do you really need Android apps on your Windows computer? What other features can you look forward to in Windows 11?

Dickson, Kanali and I dissect Windows 11 in episode 2 of the fourth season of the 24Bit podcast.

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