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Microsoft enables Linux GUI apps on Windows 10 for developers – The Verge

Microsoft is allowing Windows 10 testers to try out Linux GUI apps. Full audio and GPU hardware acceleration is enabled, so Linux GUI apps can run alongside regular…

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Windows testers can now try out Linux tools and apps
Microsoft is starting to allow Windows 10 testers to access Linux GUI apps. The first preview of support for GUI applications is available today for Windows Insiders, allowing developers to run GUI editors, tools, and applications to build and test Linux apps. Its a significant extension for Microsofts Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), after the company added a full Linux kernel to Windows 10 last year.
While it has been possible to run Linux…

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