For you Windows 11 Insider users, whether it’s the Release preview, Beta, Dev and Canary versions, you may have received the Windows Subsystem for Android version 2303.40000.3.0 update through the Microsoft Store, in which version Microsoft has presented a number of important improvements that will be very help you use this feature.
One of these improvements is the presence of Picture in Picture (PiP) support for a number of supporting applications, with which you can be even more flexible using Android applications on Windows 11 with that mode.
"For apps that use the Android PIP feature, the subsystem now supports this behavior. With the flexibility of having apps in windowed mode and all of the great Windows resize and snap features, this makes multitasking within Android apps even easier."
In addition, the Linux kernel has also been updated to version 5.15.78 which in turn brings a number of reliability improvements to the Windows Subsystem for Android.
When will this version be released for Windows 11 Stable users?, as usual the same update will be released a few weeks later, but until the time comes, Microsoft certainly asks for feedback from Insiders if it finds a number of bugs in this version.
You can send feedback via the GitHub page following.