Ubuntu Is In The Windows Store

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 11, 2017

Today the operating system was made available in the Windows Store, something Microsoft earlier in 2017 said it would do. This year the surprise continued by extending its Linux love to SUSE and Fedora distributions as well.

Initially spotted by Rafael Rivera and Necrosoft Core on Twitter, Ubuntu on the Windows Store will let you install and run the Ubuntu terminal on Windows next to your other apps. This version's main functionality is to run command-line utilities through an Ubuntu Terminal. The Windows Store integration not only allows for simultaneous Linux distro installations, but also allows to run more than one at a time.

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To use this feature, one first needs to use "Turn Windows features on or off" and select "Windows Subsystem for Linux", click OK, reboot, and use this app. Restart your computer and welcome to this weird world where Microsoft and Linux work harmoniously.

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