Microsoft has just announced the distribution of a new version of its Linux subsystem for Windows. A version that should allow more users to run Linux apps from Windows 10 and Windows 11.
The software is now available in version 1.0 after multiple trials and is offered for free in the Microsoft Store. Linxu emulation is now complete, which means you no longer need to create virtual machines to access Linux applications from your Windows PC.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) should allow developers to work comfortably. The integration is complete as it is now possible to run Linux programs directly from the Windows start menu. In this way, Microsoft guarantees a smooth desktop experience.