Welcome back to our Windows news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
Android app placeholder spotted in Windows 11’s Microsoft Store
An item called Windows Subsystem for Android has appeared in the Microsoft Store on Windows 11. A preview image of the feature shows that it is designed to provide the files needed to connect the Microsoft Store to the Amazon Appstore and run Android apps on Windows 11 devices.
Windows Server 2022 is now generally available
The latest version of Windows Server, Windows Server 2022, is now generally available. With the latest Windows Server, Microsoft is ending its semi-annual updates, moving to Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) releases every two or three years.
Microsoft announces Surface event for September 22 – Duo 2, Go 3?
A Surface event has been scheduled for September 22. Coming ahead of the launch of Windows 11 on October 5, this event gives Microsoft a good opportunity to announce new Surface devices powered by Windows 11. A range of devices could be unveiled, from a Surface Go 3, Surface Pro 8, and possibly even a new entry into the Surface Book lineup.
— Microsoft (@Microsoft) September 1, 2021
Windows Telegram app removes livestream viewer limits with Version 8.0 app update
Version 8 of the Telegram app on Windows has removed the livestream viewer limits, allowing an unlimited audience to watch a livestream.
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows news.