Microsoft this time again provides improvements to the performance of WSA, where they provide improved graphics that will be obtained by those who use the Windows 11 Insider Dev and Beta Channel versions in the next few days, Tuesday (21/03).
Not long ago, some users from Windows 11 Insider Beta and Dev got their latest update for WSA which has now got version 2302. This version of the company has brought a number of improvements and feature improvements to the performance capabilities of the graphics.
"We've shipped an update for Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11 to the Windows Insider Dev and Beta Channels. This update (2302.4000) will improve stability, audio issues and security." Write a representative from WSA Update via GitHub.
For more details, this update will change the version of WSA you are using to version 2302.4000 which will give access to the Graphic Card Selection feature, this ability will get better stability for performance from GPU access. Interestingly, this update also provides support for graphics cards or GPUs from various brands, such as from AMD and Intel.
Of course, Windows 11 Insider Beta and Dev users will get a better performance boost through WSA 2302, which the developer claims that this version will come with a performance increase that is guaranteed to be smoother and smoother. Not to forget, WSA has also provided a fix for audio problems that a few days ago were indeed complained by its users.
More fully, developers from WSA also provide a list of changes and improvements or Changelog which we summarize below:
- Stability improvements to graphics card selection
- Updates to the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app to include performance options for graphics cards
- Docking and undocking with external monitors issues fixed with the subsystem
- Fixes to apps with audio buffer issues
- Android 13 security updates
For those of you who use WSA in Insider Beta and Dev, or if you can't directly download it through the Microsoft Store. Unfortunately this version will only be present in Insider Dev and Beta as a testing program, likely taking more time for Non-Insiders.