Microsoft Is Finally Bringing Full Linux To Windows 10 ((INSTALL))
Although you could run Linux apps on Windows 10 with WSL for a long time, the system was limited to command-line tools and applications. However, starting with build 21364 and higher releases (with a special update to the WSL integration), Microsoft is finally bringing GUI (graphical user interface) support to run your favorite Linux applications with the mouse and keyboard.
Microsoft is finally bringing full Linux to Windows 10
[2019-Now] This is the open source era for the console subsystem, focusing on the new Windows Terminal. Announced during the Microsoft Build conference in May 2019, Windows Terminal is entirely on GitHub at microsoft/terminal. Building the Windows Terminal application on top of the refined platform for pseudoconsole will be the focus of this era, bringing a first-class terminal experience directly to developers on the Windows platform.
Windows 11 solves a big issue with multi-monitor setups, too. Windows 11 remembers how you had your windows on your external monitor and will save them in that state when you disconnect from a monitor and then plug it back in. This is one of the most annoying problems with Windows 10 that Windows 11 finally addresses.
Windows 10 has a traditional tablet mode that makes your PC go to a full-screen Start menu experience. In Windows 11, this is removed. Instead, Windows 11 behaves more like an iPad, where when you switch your device to a tablet, things become easier to touch. That includes new gestures for opening the Start menu, dismissing windows, and more, none of which are present in Windows 10.
At Build 2022 this week, Microsoft has confirmed it is bringing Linux XDP to its Windows platform. Coming through an open-source project known as XDP for Windows, the solution sees Microsoft finally join the XDP party.
One new tool in testing seems to corroborate that idea. Specifically, Microsoft has an important audio feature in the works. The company is finally bringing Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) for Bluetooth in Windows 10.
Thankfully, in the world of Microsoft, no finally means no again, but the all important trust factor certainly wobbles in a case like this whereby your actions were being expressly interpreted in the opposite manner to which they were intended, which makes you wonder why you were ever being asked in the first place, if the intention was to ignore you!
Nvidia's Lite Hash Rate (LHR) limiter has finally been fully cracked for Linux for the first time. The feat has been achieved by NebuTech's latest NBMiner software, version 0.41. This means Linux users too can now mine Ethereum on their Nvidia LHR graphics cards. And those on Windows also need not worry as NBMiner has always worked with Windows.
BootCamp works by sectioning off an certain amount of used space in your hard-drive in order to make a full installation of Windows. This process is limited by the specs of your computer and the operating system version. Below you can find the minimal requirements needed to run BootCamp. Also you can find a list of BootCamp versions needed to install the specific windows operating system that you need. 350c69d7ab