Ubuntu has become available for download on the Windows Store

After Microsoft announced at the Build 2017 Developers Conference that Ubuntu will be available on the Windows Store, Linux has already shipped the most popular Linux distributions to the Windows Store and is available for download now.

Ubuntu is one of Linux distributions such as SUSE and Fedora, which are expected to arrive in the store with Windows 10. In sandbox mode, Ubuntu will provide a command-line interface with sharing access to files and devices with Windows 10.

To install Ubuntu, the user must go to Control Panel, choose to turn Windows features on or off, and then choose Windows Subsystem for Linux, which will allow Ubuntu to work after restart.




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