Bash Finally Comes To Windows

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update added the full, legendary Bash shell to Microsoft's operating system, thanks to a partnership with Canonical, the company that guided Ubuntu Linux's development. And it's running natively, without virtual machines or containers. With the right tricks, you can even use Bash to run graphic Linux applications or even the Unity desktop itself right inside Windows - though those unintended features are definitely limited. Look for Ubuntu, Fedora, or SUSE Linux entries in the Windows Store to start using Bash in Windows.