- Nov 10, 2017
Screenshots of Android apps running on Windows 11 have leaked
Last month, the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) popped up on the Microsoft Store (image above) indicating that development work for bringing Android Apps to Windows 11 is going on even though the feature is yet to debut officially. Not just that, as earlier today, screenshots too of purported Android apps running on Windows 11 have also leaked allegedly via a Bilibili user named Makazeu, who seems to be a code porter for Microsoft itself.
There are a couple of images of the said leak, the first one shows WeChat while the second image appears to be that of Bilibili app for Android.
We have got the first leaked screenshots of Android apps reportedly running on Windows 11. One of the images is that of WeChat, while the other one appears to be that of the Bilibili Android app.
Windows 11 is not getting 3D emoji, previous promise was a marketing blunder
Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 11 build in the Dev channel yesterday. Build 22478 contains a bunch of new features and improvements. It also brought Microsoft's Fluent emoji that the company has been heavily advertising for the past few months since Windows 11 was revealed to the public. However, to the dismay of many who utilize emoji in their daily workflows, the new emoji are 2D, not 3D like the company has been promoting so far. The flat emoji present in the latest Dev channel build can be seen above while the ones that were previously advertised can be seen below, the difference is quite stark:
After the release of a new Windows 11 build with flat, 2D emoji, Microsoft has confirmed that the OS is not getting 3D emoji at all. The previous promise has been downplayed to be a marketing blunder.