Android apps, more begin rolling out to Windows 11 non-Insiders

Last week, Microsoft released a number of new features to the Beta and Release Preview Windows 11 Insider channels, and now those updates are beginning to roll out to regular Windows 11 users.

Included in the update are Android apps along with the Android Subsystem for Windows, , a redesigned Media Player app, a redesigned Notepad app, and the ability to get clock and date on taskbars in multiple monitors.

We've covered these new features multiple times before, but if you're on a non-Insider build of Windows 11, you'll soon be able to check them out, too. To get the app updates, head to the Microsoft Store on your Windows 11 PC, make sure it's updated, and check for new and updated apps.

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