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Microsoft Partners With Canonical to bring Ubuntu Linux feature in Windows 10

Microsoft Partners With Canonical to bring Ubuntu Linux feature in Windows 10

Microsoft Partners With Canonical to bring Ubuntu Linux feature in Windows 10
Microsoft Partners With Canonical to bring Ubuntu Linux feature in Windows 10

Microsoft and Ubuntu both partnership together to bring some Ubuntu advanced feature in Windows 10.The announcement for this partnership is expected on 30 March 2016 at Microsoft Build 2016 developers conference.This partnership is expected to integrate Windows and Linux on the developer desktop.

On the event of Microsoft Build 2016 developers conference it is expected that microsoft would reveal some Linux Microsoft partnership Device.ZDnet reported Microsoft is likely to announce a partnership between Canonical and Microsoft that would aim to bring Ubuntu on Windows 10.

According to the reports user can simultaneously will able to run Ubuntu in windows10 as an integrated part of windows 10.The detail about their arrangement is not revealed yet.It is been expected Ubuntu will run on top of a foundation of native Windows libraries.The new Windows 10 Redstone build will introduce Linux subsystem to the users.

The assesment of both the OS will be aimed at developers to make good apps and software,Linux fans shouldn’t expect Ubuntu to come along with its Unity interface. Instead, it’ll rely on Bash and CLI tools like make, gawk, and grep. Having said that, Microsoft’s target audience are developers, not desktop users.

Microsoft Partners With Canonical
Microsoft Partners With Canonical

As Microsoft and Canonical have many project together and working on it including the work to bring containers to Windows 10 using LXD.They partnered and said Azure Cloud would help the programmer to write codes in Ubuntu.

In a nutshell, here’s what this partnership means according to ZDNet — “So is this MS-Linux? No. Is it a major step forward in the integration of Windows and Linux on the developer desktop? Yes, yes it is.”

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