SUSE Linux and Fedora Linux now supported on Windows Subsystem for Linux

At last year’s Build developer conference, Microsoft first announced the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) that enables developers to run native Ubuntu user-mode console binaries through the Bash shell in Windows 10. At this year’s Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced support for SUSE Linux and Fedora Linux.

This new support will allow developers running Windows 10 PCs to use the rich SUSE and Fedora Linux developer ecosystem and tools without having to boot into another operating system or VM.

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