With Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux, Linux distributions such as Fedora, openSUSE and Ubuntu are now available in the Windows Store. The move isn't a big deal for diehard Linux users, but it will make life easier for developers and sys admins in Windows-dominant organizations who want to run open source software.
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