Microsoft’s embracing of Linux has been slow but steady, and nowhere is this more evident than with Window Subsystem for Linux — or WSL. Now, a new WSL app has just been released to the Microsoft Store for Windows 11 users. With this latest release, the company is bringing Windows Subsystem for Linux to a much wider audience. Previously only available as an optional component of Windows itself, in launching a separate WSL app, Microsoft is massively increasing the visibility of the much-loved tool. See also: Microsoft warns of new Windows 11 problems with apps using unusual registry keys Speed… [Continue Reading]

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