We answer more questions from you!
Welcome to the fourth episode of our new series: Ask Windows Central, where we answer our communities most asked questions around Microsoft, Windows, Surface, Xbox, and the general tech industry. In today's episode, we answer questions around legacy UI on Windows 11, the new Microsoft Store, and the Snapdragon Developer Kit!
This week's episode features the following questions:
- Will there be a point where we actually see legacy parts of Windows, like Control Panel & Device Manager, get redesigned, hidden or replaced with modern ones?
- Will Android Apps be supported on Windows on ARM or only on Intel (App Bridge)?
- When will Snapdragon Developer Kit for Windows release? Will it ship with Windows 11?
- As Microsoft and Samsung have partnered on so much stuff, why did they go with the Amazon app store on Windows 11 instead of the Galaxy store?
If you have a question you'd like us to answer on the show, be sure to submit them in the comments below, or email email@example.com with "Ask Windows Central" in the subject line! You can also join the Windows Central Discord and ask questions in the dedicated #ask-wc channel.
If you have any feedback about the show format, please let us know. We're building this show around you, so if there's something you don't like or think we should change, we're all ears. We hope you enjoy the episode, and look forward to getting back to your questions in the next one.
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