There was a time when Microsoft took a much different approach to Linux, but much has changed, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is becoming an essential tool for developers and IT managers. The latest version of WSL, known ... Read more
For the better part of their history, Microsoft championed a Windows first approach to application development. But as of late, in an effort to remain competitive and lure developers back to the platform, a series of changes have taken place. ... Read more
At Build 2019 Microsoft gave developers and power users many things to be happy about, but perhaps one of the biggest surprises was the announcement of the Windows Terminal. For those not familiar with what a Terminal is or what ... Read more
One of Microsoft's most beloved additions to Windows 10, well at least it gets a lot of developer love, is WSL, or Windows Subsystem for Linux. With it, developers and administrators can get to a Linux command line directly from ... Read more
Windows Server Insider build 16257 brought a number of new features, including WSL: Windows Subsystem for Linux. In a post on the Windows blog, Microsoft provides more detail on what the WSL is and why Microsoft chose to include WSL ... Read more
Brown's nearly 4,000-word post includes details on how users can run or manage server and devices utilizing Linux subsets, tips and examples of remote scripting, managing Windows files, filing HTTP request, building and playing NetHack running Python all while still maintaining a Windows 10 environment.