Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA September 2022 Update rollout begins.

Microsoft has officially released the latest September 2022 Update for the Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA For all Windows Insider users.

According to the report, the latest update for the Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA will come with the build number 2208.40000.4.0 and it’ll have many new features and improvements.

The new update by Microsoft will come with improved security, general reliability, input issues, and many other enhancements. You can check the changelog as it is mentioned below.

What’s new in the Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA September 2022 Update

Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA September 2022 Update rollout begins.

  • The new update comes with reliability fixes for Apply Not Responding (ANR) errors
  • It’ll improve scrolling smoothness in the apps
  • Improvements made to input compatibility
  • Improvements made to startup performance
  • Usability improvements have been made to WSA settings
  • Improve internet connection
  • Fixed the crash when copying and pasting large content
  • Improvements have been made to the graphics
  • The update has improved the UX of the game control dialog
  • Improvements have been made to the internet connection
  • Fixed the video playback issues with the app
  • Improvement of the performance of uninstalling apps
  • Improved the gamepad control experience when you’re using multiple apps
  • Linux Kernel Security Update
  • Updated the Chromium Webview 104

Give feedback on the update

If you’re having issues with the new Windows 11 Android Subsystem WSA September 2022, you should file feedback via Feedback under Apps -> Windows Subsystem for Android.

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