Which Linux distros will Windows 10 put into Windows 10?
Microsoft is trying to support Linux by announcing three of the most popular Linux distros will be available in the Windows Store. That means Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE will soon appear in Windows 10.
Microsoft is trying to support Linux by announcing three of the most popular Linux distros will be available in the Windows Store. That means Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE will soon appear in Windows 10. This makes most developers feel "happy to come out".
In the Build 2016 event, Microsoft announced that it had supported the Bash shell for Win 10. This support coincided with the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary update. This year, at the 2017 Build Annual Conference, Microsoft has gone one to two new steps.
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Linux distro versions in Windows Store
Microsoft currently has two Fedora and OpenSUSE distros in Windows Store with Ubuntu. Developers need to enable " Developer mode " in Win 10, then turn on support for Linux. Next, they can go to the Windows Store to install any one or all of the three supported Linux distros.
Microsft's Mr. Terry Myerson explained on Windows Blog: "We simplified the process of installing Ubuntu by including it in the Windows Store. We also announced that Microsoft is working with SUSE Linux and Fedora Linux running on Windows Subsystem. for Linux - to include them in the Windows Store. Currently, Windows is the only platform that can run both Windows and Linux applications in parallel. "
Bringing Linux distros to the Windows Store means that they will also work with the new Windows 10 S operating system - a simple, streamlined version of Windows 10 to serve students. So who will appreciate open source software more than others? Of course, students, because it brings them many benefits.
Finally, Microsoft did something right
Only me or everyone can't hate Microsoft. Sometimes, Microsoft makes improvements, new features, or releases new versions that are not perfect, but the company is increasingly doing the right things, including open source support.
What do you think about Microsoft increasing support for Linux? Do you want to take advantage of Microsoft's strengths that make Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE appear on Win 10? In the three Linux distros, which version do you prefer? Let us know by commenting below!
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