Windows 10, you can now run Linux programs with a graphical interface

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Although users were asking Microsoft to add support for the protocol Wayland in WSL To allow Linux GUI apps to work since at least 2016, the company announced plans to introduce Linux GUI support in WSL only last year, at the BUILD 2020 conference.

“WSLg's goal is to make Linux GUI applications feel native and natural to use on Windows,” writes Microsoft on the GitHub page. "From integration into the Start menu for startup, to appearing in the taskbar, to the alt-tab experience, to enabling cut / paste between Windows and Linux applications, WSLg enables a smooth and a workflow that leverages Windows and Linux applications “.



A step-by-step guide on how to use WSL and GUI-enabled Linux applications can be found on Microsoft's official website.

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