Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux is coming to all Windows 10 users (archive):
You won't have to be a tester to try Windows 10's new, built-in Linux kernel in the near future. Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 will be widely available when Windows 10 version 2004 arrives. You'll have to install it manually for a "few months" until an update adds automatic installs and updates, but that's a small price to pay if you want Linux and Windows to coexist in peace and harmony. It'll be easier to set up, at least -- the kernel will now be delivered through Windows Update instead of forcing you to install an entire Windows image.
Embrace, Extend... Excite!
Windows blog post.
Previously: Windows 10 Will Soon Ship with a Full, Open Source, GPLed Linux Kernel
I am totally confused by this. Linux don't need to ship with anything. You download a distro, put it on an optical disk or more often now a USB device, and boot. So what is this "shitting" with Windows? What is "Windows", anyway? I haven't used it for two and a half decades. Is it still functional? Amazing the CP/M could last this long, given the inherent flaws and security holes.
So what is this "shitting" with Windows?
A Freudian slip, by the look of things.
What is "Windows", anyway?
Just ask Linux:
$ whatis WindowsWindows: nothing appropriate.
...What is "Windows", anyway?...
Something found in walls. Just like Gates*. If you knock down the walls you don't need either**.
*One down, one to go.**I wish I could claim this as mine, but I can't.
...What is "Windows", anyway?...Something found in walls.
Something found in walls.
The older the building, the less I want to look inside the walls. Ewwwww!
I'm cumming already.
All the creepiness of your friend who works at the funeral home telling you how much sex he is having.
This is Windows trying to defeat Linux by swallowing it.