At day two of its Build engineer gathering in Seattle today, Microsoft noticed that it’s streamlining the way toward introducing Linux through its own particular Windows 10 OS, so you can run Windows and Linux applications next to each other.
Three kinds of Linux – Ubuntu, Fedora and SUSE – are going to the Windows Store, so you can introduce these OSes on your gadget simply like you would some other application. While Ubuntu is as of now accessible, Fedora and SUSE are coming soon.
The news takes after on Microsoft’s sense of duty regarding the open source group. The Anniversary Update for Windows 10 from a year ago enabled clients to run a local execution of Ubuntu Bash, which implied that you could run Ubuntu bundles on the organization’s OS. The Redmond mammoth likewise joined the Linux Foundation last November, which is a solid sign of its sense of duty regarding the Linux stage and its biological community.