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Microsoft Brings Linux Files to Windows 10 with New UpdateAuthor: Softpedia News (Bogdan Popa, Microsoft News Editor)
Microsoft loves Linux is the thing the software giant says on so many occasions, and today, the company just wanted to offer some living proof in this regard with an update shipped as part of the Windows Insider program.
Windows 10 build 19603, which is now available for download in the Fast ring, includes File Explorer integration in the Windows Subsystem for Linux, or WSL.
In other words, if you have already installed WSL on your device, a new Linux drive will show up in File Explorer, letting you browse files normally.
Support for accessing Linux files that you work with in WSL isn’t new in Windows 10, as such capabilities have previously been enabled in an older release. In fact, even production devices can do this starting with Windows 10 version 1903, which was released in the spring of 2019.
Coming to production devices soon
But with this update, Microsoft’s making everything even more straightforward, and this is clearly good news since ... (read more)
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