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Windows Terminal, Console and Command-Line, Windows Subsystem for Linux, WSL

Windows Terminal Preview 1.2 Release
Windows Terminal Preview 1.2 Release
Welcome to another release of Windows Terminal! This release promotes the Windows Terminal Preview version 1.1 into Windows Terminal. Windows Terminal Preview has new features for version 1.2 which will appear in Windows Terminal in August. You can download Windows Terminal Preview and Windows Terminal from the Microsoft Store or from the Git
Windows Package Manager Preview (v0.1.41821)
Windows Package Manager Preview (v0.1.41821)
The first update to the Windows Package Manager has been released. If you are a Windows Insider or part of our Package Manager Insider program, you should already have the latest version. Launch the store and check for updates if you're an insider and you don't have it. If you prefer to just download the client, head on over to GitHub releases
Windows Terminal Preview 1.1 Release
Windows Terminal Preview 1.1 Release
Welcome to the first update of Windows Terminal Preview! You can download Windows Terminal Preview from the Microsoft Store or from the GitHub releases page. The latest features in this release will move to Windows Terminal in July 2020. Let's check out what's new! Open in Windows Terminal You can now right click on a folder in File Explorer
GPU Compute, WSL Install and WSL Update arrive in the latest Insider build for the Windows Subsystem for Linux
GPU Compute, WSL Install and WSL Update arrive in the latest Insider build for the Windows Subsystem for Linux
There are three thrilling new updates for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in the new Windows Insider Preview Build 20150. The first is GPU compute: a feature that allows your Linux binaries to leverage your GPU, which makes it possible to do more machine learning/AI development and data science workflows directly in WSL. Secondly, we’v
winget install learning
winget install learning
Last week we announced a package manager preview for Windows. Our goal is to provide a great product to our customers and community where everyone can contribute and receive recognition. The last thing that we want to do is alienate anyone in the process. That is why we are building it on GitHub in the open where everyone can contribute. Over
Windows Terminal 1.0
Windows Terminal 1.0
Last year at Build 2019, we first announced the Windows Terminal. Since then, we have been working with the community to create a wonderful terminal experience while still being a preview product. Here we are at Build 2020 and we are so excited to share with you our latest announcements! Build 2020 Windows Terminal 1.0 We are incredibly pr
The Windows Subsystem for Linux BUILD 2020 Summary
The Windows Subsystem for Linux BUILD 2020 Summary
This year at an all virtual BUILD conference we had many exciting announcements for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)! This blog post gives you a summary of all the WSL news, including what’s available now and what you can expect in the future. WSL’s BUILD news at a glance Please read on below for the details for each item
Windows Package Manager Preview
Windows Package Manager Preview
We are thrilled to announce the Windows Package Manager preview! If you’re already familiar with what a package manager is, feel free to skip this paragraph. If you’re still reading, you’re going to love this! A package manager is designed to help you save time and frustration. Essentially, it is a set of software tools that help you au
Windows Terminal Preview v0.11 Release
Windows Terminal Preview v0.11 Release
We are back with one last major update before the 1.0 release of Windows Terminal! Releases between now and then will be revisions of this version. This is the v0.11 release and you can download the Terminal from the Microsoft Store or from the GitHub releases page. Let's see what has changed with this update! Azure visualization - https://g