Now we can run Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE side-by-side in Windows 10. Yes, Microsoft soon gonna make it easier to install a few Linux os on windows 10. Earlier in 2016 when tech giant Microsoft has announced that developers can install bash on windows 10. As this feature was released on its anniversary update. Which made windows to run bash with the help of Linux binaries
Ubuntu Linux Arrives In Windows Store!
So to get Ubuntu on your windows desktop, One needs to change some simple authorizations. Which means that you need to enable the Developer Mode in you Windows 10 OS. Then download Ubuntu Binaries from Canonical’s servers. Well, with the Build 2017. Microsoft has just announced its plans to make the whole process much easier.
Other major news to know about is that Microsoft has added Ubuntu to their app store. By bringing Ubuntu to Windows Store, Microsoft is looking to make it simpler to install Linux tools on Windows 10 and run Windows and Linux apps side by side.
This has now proved that the tech giant Microsoft wants to serve it best for the developers. Apart from Ubuntu Linux. Microsoft has also revealed that it’s partnering with SUSE and Fedora and will also bring their Linux distro to the windows store. So, developers will be able to run Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE apps side-by-side in Windows 10.
But this ain’t proved to get on to the education purposed version of the windows 10S. Hope you found something useful. Do share your views in the comments section below.
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