Windows Subsystem for Linux is coming to the Microsoft Store. So that it is faster to update

Microsoft has now added the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to the Microsoft Store, which allows WSL to be updated separately.

This means that WSL can be updated without users having to wait for new WSL updates when other updates to Windows are released. In the video below, Microsoft developer Craig Loewen talks a little more about why WSL has been added to the Microsoft Store and what it means for those who use WSL.

You can find a preview of WSL on the Microsoft Store at the link below.



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