During the Build 2017 event, Microsoft announced that in addition to Ubuntu, users of Windows 10 will be able to install SUSE, Ubuntu and Fedora console terminals from the Windows Store. However, this ability will be limited to "full" versions of Windows 10. The new edition, Windows 10 S, won't support this feature.
If you are trying to run Bash on Ubuntu in Windows 10 and getting the following error message:
Unsupported console settings. In order to use this feature the legacy console must be disabled.
here is quick fix for you to resolve it quickly.