Microsoft shows why and how Windows 10 can run native Linux apps (video)
Earlier today, during Build 2016 Day 1, we learned that Microsoft was bringing the full Bash shell to Windows. This won’t be a virtual machine but rather native Ubuntu binaries that are able to be used thanks to a subsystem.
In a new video posted on Microsoft’s Channel 9, the company goes over why and how they are enabling Windows 10 to run native Linux apps and tools directly on Windows thanks to Bash. If you are interested, watch the video embedded below for your viewing pleasure.