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Microsoft is reportedly looking at allowing Android apps to run natively on Windows again. But this may be a solution in search of a problem. After all, the availability of apps on Windows is already so strong that Microsoft is having trouble moving its user base to more modern platforms. And, more to the point, the availability of mobile apps on Chrome OS and macOS hasn’t exactly moved the needle on those rival desktop platforms.

So, what’s the point?

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