Windows Linux Kernel Is Now Available Via WSL 2

At the point when Microsoft first reported bash on Windows and brought Linux inside Windows as Windows Subsystem for Linux or WSL, few would have imagined that the following stage brings the genuine Linux piece inside Windows working framework.

Truly, what we expected was right, Microsoft just released another Windows 10 Insider Preview build, highlighting the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. WSL 2 incorporates a genuine Linux partition that gives you a chance to run more Linux software on Windows and with preferable execution over WSL1.

“We’re excited to announce starting today you can try the Windows Subsystem for Linux 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. “

Craig Loewen Program Manager, Windows Developer Platform.

The greatest change in WSL 2 comes as a genuine Linux part that ships with Windows 10 itself. With this change, the connection of the Linux binaries with Windows and your PC has been altered.

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The Windows Terminal application incorporates numerous tab support, close by subjects and customization for developers who need to change the Terminal application. It will likewise bolster full GPU-based content rendering and even emoji.

How to Install ?

  • Below command will install the VirtualMachinePlatform on your PC.

Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName VirtualMachinePlatform

  • To install WSL2 on the most recent insider build, run the accompanying command in a PowerShell window propelled with Administrator consents:

wsl -l

  • Utilise this command to change over a distro to utilise the WSL2 architecture or utilize the WSL1 architecture.

wsl –set-version

  • Changes the default install version (WSL1 or 2) for new circulations.

wsl –set-default-version

  • Quickly ends every single running distributions and the WSL2 lightweight utility virtual machine.

wsl –shutdown

  • Just rundown the distribution names.

wsl –list –quiet

  • Shows point by point information pretty much every one of the distributions.

wsl –list –verbose

While developers have had the option to order and utilize the Windows Terminal from the code accessible on GitHub, Microsoft is presently releasing a simple installer through the Windows Store from June 22.