This is the official method to install the Google Play Store directly on Windows 11 without using an Android emulator like Bluestacks.
Still, you can run Android apps on Windows 11 using the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), which is an official feature provided by Microsoft.
Please note that this method allows you to run Android apps but doesn’t provide direct access to the Google Play Store. You’ll need to install apps through the Amazon App Store or other Android app stores.
Ensure that your PC meets the minimum requirements for Windows Subsystem for Android:
|Processor (CPU)||64-bit processor with at least four cores|
|Virtualization Support (BIOS/UEFI settings)||Enabled|
|RAM (Random Access Memory)||At least 8 GB|
|Windows 11 Build||Version 22000 or later|
How to Install Google Play Store on Windows 11
In the video tutorial below, I’m showing step-by-step how to install Google Play Store on Windows 11 with the easy method.
if you don’t want to waste your time with other methods then watch this video till the end.
Download Latest WSABuilds On Github:
All Releases Windows Subsystem For Android
Please note that the availability of Windows Subsystem for Android and the compatibility of specific apps may have evolved since my last update.
I recommend checking the latest information and updates from Microsoft for any changes or improvements regarding running Android apps on Windows 11.