In this post by the Free Phone App team, we will be learning How to Install Android Apps on Windows 11. Stay tuned to the end of this tutorial if this is something that interests you.
Hardware Prerequisites for Installing Android Applications
If you have Windows 11 installed on your system, you probably know that its hardware requirements have increased slightly compared to its previous versions. For example, a dual-core processor with a minimum operating frequency of 1 GHz, along with 4 GB of RAM and at least 64 GB of internal memory is necessary to install Windows 11. But the necessary hardware prerequisites for installing the Android app in Windows 11 are considered slightly different and more advanced, which you can see in the list below:
- At least 8 GB of RAM (16 GB recommended)
- Internal SSD memory
- 8th generation Intel Core i3 series processor or newer
- AMD Ryzen 3000 series processor or later
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8c chip or newer
How to Install Android Apps on Windows 11
If you do not have the mentioned prerequisites in your system, you will probably encounter an error message similar to the image above after receiving the 2022.02 update and visiting the Microsoft Store to download the Amazon App Store.
- In the first step, you need to enter the Microsoft Store. If the Microsoft Store icon is not in the taskbar, you can search for the term Microsoft Store after opening the start menu and click on its icon. Note that the preview of the Amazon App Store is currently only for the United States; So, to view it in Microsoft Store, you need to change your IP to America.
- Inside the Microsoft Store, type Amazon Appstore in the search bar at the top of the page. You can also access the dedicated page of the Amazon app store in the Microsoft Store by clicking on this link. Next, click on the blue Install button in the upper left corner of the page to start the process of downloading and installing the program.
- You will now see a pop-up window explaining the required instructions. To continue the process, click on the Set up button and follow the other steps as in the guide. Finally, click the Restart button to restart the system once.
- After the system restarts, the Amazon App Store will open automatically. If that doesn’t happen, you can open it manually by searching for Amazon Appstore in the Start menu.
- Now you need to log in to your Amazon account. If you don’t have an Amazon account, you can click the Create a new Amazon account button to create a new account. otherwise click on Already an Amazon customer? Click Sign in.
- After signing in to your account, you can use the Amazon App Store like any other app store. Users can install suggested programs or find their favorite titles through the search bar. To install any app, just click on the Install option under its title.
- Also, by clicking on the image or title of the program, you will be referred to its description page. On this page, by clicking on the Install button, you will be able to start the process of downloading and installing the app.
- After the download and installation process of the desired application is completed, the Install key will be changed to Open, and by clicking on it, the application will run.
Android applications installed on Windows 11, like other software, will be accessible through the start menu, and you can even pin them to the taskbar if you like.
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