The documentation includes an overview to help developers set up the environment on Windows 11 or 10 to continue building Android apps. The pages explain how to leverage the Windows Subsystem for Android through the Windows Insider Program to run Android apps on Windows 11. The other interesting information in the documentation is that the virtualization environment will be running Android 11. In addition, the documentation also explains how to access the Windows Subsystem for Android and the settings you can configure, including Screen Reader, resources, hardware-accelerated graphics, developer mode to sideload apps for testing, and more. Finally, the Microsoft website explains various details about the virtual machine, including the three possible states, properties, security, and the steps to uninstall the Windows Subsystem for Android. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.