The new WSLg makes it trivial to run Linux desktop apps on Windows 10

The latest Windows 10 Insider build (21354.1) introduced support for Windows Subsystem for Linux GUI Apps (WSLg). Microsoft Windows can now run Linux desktop apps natively. Let that sink in for a bit. Microsoft has made it significantly easier to run Linux desktop apps on top of WSL. WSLg transparently manages the setup and lifecycle of a Wayland window server to run your apps. The app windows integrate seamlessly with the Windows 10 taskbar, task switcher, and task view. Windows 10 also generates Start menu entries from the for your Linux programs.