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Windows 10 New Build Brings Some "Hidden" Linux Into System

Microsoft seems to be thinking of making Windows more functional and better integrated with Linux servers, so it seems to have put a "subsystem" inside Windows 10.

Microsoft seems to be thinking of making Windows more functional and better integrated with Linux servers, so it seems to have put a "subsystem" inside Windows 10.

Windows 10 with some Linux on the system This time we are not talking about the interface that was clearly inspired by KDE Plasma 5, if you still doubt watch this video, we are talking about something a bit more technical and not visible to the end user. The information comes directly from the "All Mobile" site where there is information from a hacker known as Walking Cat noted that some files from the new Windows 10 Build mention Linux, giving the impression that Windows 10 loads a subsystem for compatibility with. The platform of the penguin. Although it is not yet known why the novelty is believed that the archives LXCore.sys and LXss.sys aim to improve Windows 10 compatibility with applications running on Linux servers.

Apparently this is not such a rare implementation, Microsoft's Astoria project, which was eventually dropped, had the same subsystem running on the mobile version of Windows, but with Android files and processes to try to match the "little robot" applications with "the windows system", which did not work very well because of the slowness presented.

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