Users of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) will finally be able to access Linux files from Windows’ Explorer. Microsoft confirms that the oft-requested ability to access the Linux file system from Windows will arrive as part of […]
A new open source project aims to bring fully functional Ubuntu to ARM Windows 10 laptops, like the HP Envy X2, pictured above. A crop of Windows 10 laptops that run atop Qualcomm Snapdragon ARM […]
Fancy running Windows 95 on your Ubuntu, macOS or Windows 10 desktop? Of course you don’t, but for some bizarre reason you now can. A developer by the name of Felix Rieseberg has resurrected Microsoft’s […]
The Windows Subsystem for Linux has graduated from beta, and will become a 'fully supported feature' in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Ubuntu is now available to install on Windows 10 as an "app", making it easier for developers to access their favourite Linux tools while working on Windows.
Two of the most celebrated open-source applications are now available on the Windows Store, though one comes with a £7.49/$9.79 price tag attached.
Learn how to create a bootable Windows 10 USB on Ubuntu or other Linux distros using a USB writing tool called 'WoeUSB'. Spoiler alert: it's very easy.
It's easy to make Ubuntu look like Windows 10 on Ubuntu 17.04 thanks to UKUI, a MATE-based desktop environment created by Ubuntu Kylin.
Android is now the world's most popular operating system, having beaten Microsoft Windows in worldwide marketshare for the very first time.
Chrome OS marketshare is more than double that of traditional GNU/Linux in the USA, data from a web analytics company shows.
UKUI (Ubuntu Kylin User Interface) is a fork of the MATE desktop that is designed to look like Windows 7, a desktop that Kylin say its users prefer.
Linux Gamers used to dual boot with Windows to play the latest and greatest games. Has the arrival of Steam for Linux changed this? Tell us!