Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) enables your Windows 11 device to run Android apps available from the Amazon Appstore.
If your PC has more than one graphics processing unit (GPU), you can select which GPU your mobile apps will use for WSA.
Manage settings for mobile apps on Windows - Microsoft Support
Learn about the settings for mobile apps in Windows, and how to adjust them with the Windows Subsystem for Android™ Settings app.
This tutorial will show you how to change which GPU is used for apps for Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) for your account in Windows 11.
1 Open the Windows Subsystem for Android™️ Settings app from Start > All apps.
2 Click/tap on System on the left side of Windows Subsystem for Android™️ Settings. (see screenshot below)
3 Click/tap on Graphics and Performance to expand it open.
4 Select Dynamic (default) or an available GPU you want used for apps for Android.
If you select Dynamic, mobile apps will use the GPU that Windows is currently using and can changed based on the primary display.
5 You can now close Windows Subsystem for Android™️ Settings if you like.