Windows Command Line

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

New post & video on how WSL System Calls work
New post & video on how WSL System Calls work
One of the most interesting things about the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is its ability to run unmodified Linux ELF64 binaries atop the Windows Kernel. "How?" is a question we receive regularly from many of you. Ask and ye shall receive :) In this new post, Stephen Hufnagel explains to Seth Juarez how WSL System Calls (syscalls) work...
Bash on Ubuntu on Windows – Download Now!
Bash on Ubuntu on Windows – Download Now!
At //Build 2016, Microsoft announced the ability to run native Bash and GNU/Linux command-line tools directly on the new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), coming soon to Windows 10 Anniversary Update builds. We've been amazed by the overwhelming outpouring of interest about this new feature over the last week. One of the most frequent ...
Making the Windows Command Line Cool Again!
Making the Windows Command Line Cool Again!
Welcome to our new blog focusing on Windows command line tools for developers. We'll soon be publishing news, articles, updates, information, links and all manner of content related to the Windows command-line tools including PowerShell, Bash on Ubuntu on Windows and the Console itself. Stay tuned!  ...