In an earlier blog post, Take your Linux development experience in Windows to the next level with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Visual Studio Code Remote, we introduced an overview of the VS Code Remote – WSL extension, which simplifies Linux development on Windows Subsystem on Linux (WSL).
We’re excited to announce starting today you can try WSL 2 by installing Windows build 18917 in the Insider Fast ring! In this blog post we’ll cover how to get started, the new wsl.exe commands, and some important tips. Full documentation about WSL 2 is available on our docs page.
A Linux (WSL) distribution for developers and system administrators who don’t have time to fuss about.- Use on machines where corporate IT overlords mandate Windows.- Easier to install, use, and maintain than CygWin.- Native command-line UNIX tools: rsync, tar, vim, grep, sed, awk, and so much more.- Developers can mirror Linux server environments without the overhead of a virtual machine.- Learn Linux without the additional complexity of setting up a dual-boot system or virtual machine.- Free (as in speech) and free (as in beer).
After announcing WSL 2 last week, we have had an amazing response from the community and received many great questions about the details surrounding this new architecture. We love answering your questions and want to make sure these answers reach as many WSL users as possible.
In Visual Studio 2019 you can target both Windows and Linux from the comfort of a single IDE. In Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 3 we announced several new features specific to the Linux Workload: native support for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL),
Today, we’re excited to announce that we are open sourcing Windows Calculator on GitHub under the MIT License. This includes the source code, build system, unit tests, and product roadmap. Our goal is to build an even better user experience in partnership with the community. We are encouraging your fresh perspectives and increased participation to […]
Windows Subsytem for Linux(WSL)は、あくまでもWindowsのユーザー、特にソフトウェア開発者の利便性を向上させるものです。逆に言えばそれだけのものです。したがって、もしあなたがI/Oが適切なパフォーマンスを持ったLinuxが欲しいのであれば、どうぞ、Windowsを捨てて、ベアドライブにLinuxをインストールして、Linux機としてPCをお使いください。たまにOfficeが必要になるのであれば、Windowsを仮想環境で使えば良いではないですか。Linux上の仮想環境でもWindowsはそれなりのパフォーマンスでちゃんと動きます。