Up until today, there were fewer than 50 Android games and apps (predominantly games) available to the Windows Insiders who were putting the Windows Subsystem for Android and the Amazon Appstore through their testing paces. Microsoft officials said today they've worked with Amazon to add another 1,000 games and apps for Windows 11 users to check out as part of the preview.
Users will get access to these features in a variety of ways.
The Notepad and Media Player apps are available as app updates to Windows 11 customers via the Microsoft Store. Users should get these updated apps automatically, but they also can get them manually by checking for app updates by going to Microsoft Store > Library and clicking Get updates.
For the call all mute/unmute, Window sharing, and weather on taskbar, users can get these via the February 2022 optional preview release (aka "C" release). To access "C" releases, navigate to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and select Check for updates.
And to access the Amazon Appstore Preview, users first need to install the Amazon Appstore app. Customers can install the Appstore in two ways:
Install the Amazon Appstore app from the Microsoft Store by searching for "Amazon Appstore"
Install any app for Android from the Microsoft Store, and the Microsoft Store will automatically install the Amazon Appstore
"Over time, you'll see us release new features into Windows 11 for end users more frequently in addition to our annual update. We will leverage the variety of update mechanisms we have in place including servicing and Microsoft Store updates. Our goal is to deliver continuous innovation, providing you with the best experiences year-round."