Microsoft Windows 11 Android subsystem WSA recently upgraded to version 2207.40000.8.0, in addition to improving the experience of using the keyboard, and application start-up new operation tips, Microsoft officially released the version of the full update content.
New compatibility filler allows apps to maintain aspect ratio but still support resizing
Accessibility improvements to the WSA Settings App
New compatibility improvements for the WSA Settings App
Fixed an issue with restarting the App
App that uses update toast notifications instead of progress toast has better behavior
App with game control compatibility on shows action prompt dialog on startup
Scroll bar fix for WSA settings compatibility page
User crash data and system App crash data will be reportable
“No Internet available” toast notifications are now disabled
Custom Android toast notifications now display correctly
Amazon App Store updated to version 60.09
Android Security Updates
If the application is turned on the keyboard configuration option, then it will pop up the operation of the controls when the application is launched so that users can easily familiarize themselves with the operation, or you can manually choose to turn off the prompt.
You can find updates to download the new version of WSA on the Microsoft Windows 11 app store, or they can download the full installer manually.
Windows 11 Subsystem for Android includes the Linux kernel and the Android Open Source Project (AOSP)-based version of the Android operating system. The subsystem runs in a Hyper-V virtual machine, just like the Linux subsystem, and can map the runtime and APIs of the App in the AOSP environment to the Windows graphics layer, memory buffers, input modes, physical and virtual devices, and sensors, and can run on Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm CPUs.