Microsoft Windows 11 ushered in the 2205.40000.14.0 major version update earlier this month, bringing optimization improvements such as advanced networking, the same IP as the device, and recently launched 2205.40000.21.0 small Version patch, the function is further optimized.
Microsoft also published an article on the official blog platform, introducing some hidden functions introduced into WSA, some of which are newly added, some of which are in the previous version.
When the WSA was released last fall, one of the most important pieces of feedback Microsoft received was to allow apps to go into “full-screen mode,” which hides the title bar and taskbar. At present, the function has been launched, and you can enter or exit the full screen by pressing the F11 key, just like a browser.
The scroll wheel simulates sliding left and right
WSA has previously done the work of converting mouse wheel events to swipe up and down, and now it can be converted to swipe left and right if the user holds down the Shift key and uses the wheel. This works the same way you do left-right swiping in Windows apps.
Mouse simulates the two-finger operation
WSA already supports simulating two-finger operations. Users need to hold down the Alt key and then click or drag with the mouse to send a two-finger touch or swipe operation to the app.
Some of WSA’s games already support gamepad play, including “Hungry Shark: Evolution” and “Tom Cat Parkour”.
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