You won’t believe your eyes while reading this, but this is true. Microsoft just joined the Linux Foundation as a high-paying Platinum member.
Microsoft’s love with open source community is embracing as time passes. At its first Connect event in 2013, the company launched Visual Studio 2013. A year later, Microsoft open sourced .NET, and last year, it open sourced the Visual Studio Code
You might be aware of Microsoft and Canonical’s partnership to integrate “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10,” which is typically a non-graphical Ubuntu running over Windows Subsystem for Linux. Windows 10 doesn’t officially support graphical Linux desktop applications.
But, now we have noticed a very interesting ticket titled “Run Any Desktop Environment in WSL” raised at Github repository, in
As reported last week, Microsoft will launch an ‘Anniversary Update’ for Windows 10 that will bring Ubuntu file system, allowing you to use Bash to run command-line Linux applications without a virtual machine.
However, you do not have to wait until this summer to run Bash (Bourne Again Shell) on your Windows 10 OS, as Microsoft has released the first preview build of the Windows 10
‘Microsoft loves Linux’ so much that now the company is bringing the popular Bash shell, alongside the entire Linux command environment, to its newest Windows 10 OS in the upcoming ‘Anniversary Update,’ Redstone.
The rumours before the Microsoft’s Build 2016 developer conference were true. Microsoft has just confirmed that it is going to enable its users to run Bash (Bourne Again Shell) natively