During the Build 2020 online event, Microsoft has introduced a new app for companies with Microsoft 365 subscription. Named Microsoft Lists, it gives companies the tools to organize work, manage tasks, and track various information.
Microsoft is adding DirectX support to Linux distros running in a WSL 2 environment. The change goes live with first 21H1 builds from the Iron (Fe) branch in the Fast Ring, which are expected to come this June.
Microsoft has revealed that the company plans to port some of the Windows 10X exclusive features to the regular desktop editions of Windows 10. Also, the company is about to "reinvest" into classic Windows 10.
During the Build 2020, Microsoft has demoed Microsoft Edge browser running on Linux for the first time. This means that the company hasn't abandoned the open-source platform and is still working to support it in Edge.
Windows 10 is getting a new tool, winget. It is a package manager that allows bulk installing apps and dev tools required for building a developer environment in a new or existing Windows installation, in a minimal amount of time.
With release of Windows 10 Build 18917, Microsoft introduced WSL 2 to Insiders, the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. It ships a real Linux kernel with Windows that will make full system call compatibility possible. WSL 2 is now a part of Windows 10 version 2004. Today, Microsoft has announced a number of improvements that are coming to the app.
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