August update for Windows subsystem for Android gets many improvements

This month, Microsoft once again updated the Windows subsystem for Windows Insider users. In the released 2206.40000.15.0 there are a number of interesting improvements for users to get, for example, one of them is the presence of Input compatibility In-app upgrade network and windowsAnd many other things.

So, this is the changelog for the Windows subsystem for version 2206.40000.15.0:

  • A new set of fillers available to toggle in the Windows subsystem of the Android Settings app that enable better experiences in many apps
    • Joystick game compatibility (set to WASD)
    • Gamepad compatibility in games
    • Alignment to aim in games using arrow keys
    • Glide compatibility in games using the arrow keys
  • Scrolling improvements
  • Networking improvements
  • The minimum Android window size is set by default to 220dp
  • Improved dialog when unsupported VPN is detected
  • New toggle to display/save diagnostic data in the Windows subsystem of the Android Settings app
  • Security updates
  • General reliability fixes, including improvements to diagnostic volumes
  • Graphics improvements

A little more info, this update has been released to Windows Insider users in US regions only, so if you are an uninformed user and your Windows region is set outside the US, you may not get this update.

Via: Microsoft

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