Somethhing amazing was happened on the first day of Microsoft’s Build Developer Conference 2016, where Microsoft announced that “MICROSOFT WILL INTEGRATE UBUNTU LINUX IN WINDOWS 10”.
Microsoft Will Integrate Ubuntu Linux In Windows 10
[dropcap]Recently[/dropcap] the BQ company has put on sale, the first tablet with Ubuntu Touch OS in the world, and previously also opted for smartphones. But in the ‘Desktop World’, considering desktops and laptops, Ubuntu takes many more years of filming and has been raised for years as one of the GNU / most interesting Linux as an alternative to desktop users of Windows. Now, Microsoft is very close to the integration of Ubuntu within its own computer operating system, Microsoft Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Kevin Gallo on stage at of Build Developer Conference 2016 said that “The Bash shell is coming to Windows. Yes, the real Bash is coming to Windows, This is not a VM. This is not cross-compiled tools. This is native,” he also added that “We’ve partnered with Canonical to offer this great experience, which you’ll be able to download right from the Windows Store.”
According to the agreement with Canonical, it will allow Windows 10 users soon to run Ubuntu and Windows 10 simultaneously on their computers, not as a virtualized operating system. However, as a part of the native libraries of Windows 10, which is not expected to be available for the users who has the Unity interface, since a change would be more focused on developers.
The interesting thing is the integration is the ability to use tools such as BASH Shell and Terminal desktop operating system Ubuntu, beyond user functions by passing own system interface. Thus, while keeping intact the own interface in Microsoft Windows 10, without possibility of loading the elements of Ubuntu, would mean the complete integration of Linux within Windows 10 and in addition to the hand of one of the most recognized distributions.
According to this movement, on the other hand, Microsoft would have a strong support for the development of their tools of cloud computing, and will have support of a truly broad community to work in software solutions on its operating system. And what is not clear at this point, whether Ubuntu would remain available also independently, as before it was, or this integration would end installable distributions of Ubuntu.