Microsoft released an updated version Windows Subsystem for Android for Windows 11 (2206.40000.15.0) for members of the Windows Insider program in the US, which brings with it several useful improvements related to typing in applications, games, networking, and more.
The Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app has several new options to improve the experience in some apps.
Improved compatibility with games that support joysticks (mapped to WASD).
Improved gamepad compatibility in games.
Improved aiming performance in Arrow Control games.
Improved sliding call in arrow control games.
Improved scrolling performance.
Improved network performance.
The minimum size of Android windows is set to 220dp by default.
Improved dialog when an unsupported VPN is detected.
Added a new option to view/save diagnostic data in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app.
Implemented security updates.
Improved subsystem stability and optimized the size of diagnostic data.
Improved graphics output.
Some VPN services may not work with advanced network subsystem capabilities. If you are using a VPN and notice that Android apps cannot connect to the network, then disable Advanced Networking in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app.