How to Install Linux Software in Windows 10’s Ubuntu Bash Shell

Install Windows 10’s Ubuntu-based Bash shell and you’ll have a complete Ubuntu environment that lets you install and run the same applications you could run on an Ubuntu-based Linux system. Just like on Ubuntu, though, you’ll need the apt-get command to install and update software.

Note that Windows 10’s Linux subsystem doesn’t officially support graphical applications or server software (though it is possible to run some graphical applications, unofficially). Officially, it’s intended for Linux terminal applications and other command-line utilities developers might want.

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