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Microsoft Store introduces Windows Subsystem for Linux

By ET Bureau - November 24, 2022 1 Mins Read


Microsoft Corp. said today that Windows Subsystem for Linux is now generally available, with the latest version to be found in the Microsoft Store.

WSL, as it’s commonly known, was previously only accessible in preview and to Windows 11 users, but after the update, Windows 10 users will now be able to download it as well. That’s probably good news, as WSL is a well-liked tool for developers that enables them to run a GNU or Linux environment on a Windows-based personal computer without the hassles of a conventional virtual machine or a dual boot configuration.

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The objective, according to Craig Loewen, program manager for the Windows Developer Platform, is to encourage as many users as possible to use the Store version of WSL, which offers the best user experience and all of the newest features. Recently, Microsoft has been promoting several of its important applications through the Microsoft Store.

Read More: https://siliconangle.com/2022/11/23/windows-subsystem-linux-launches-microsoft-store/

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