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Microsoft Becomes Master of Its Own Linux Kernel

Linux Insider Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Microsoft Becomes Master of Its Own Linux KernelMicrosoft has announced that its own full Linux kernel will power WSL2, the newest version of the Windows Subsystem for Linux. This marks the first time that Microsoft will include the Linux kernel as a component in Windows. Microsoft also introduced a Windows command line terminal that will add functionality to PowerShell and WSL. Both are intended primarily for developers.
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