The wait is over: Wireguard VPN on its way into Linux 0:51 Watch Now Linux Nasty Linux, macOS sudo bug found and fixed VPNs will change forever with the arrival of WireGuard into Linux 10 super sweet laptops that come with Linux pre-installed From Linux to cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise Linus Torvalds has no problem with Microsoft (ZDNet YouTube) Best Chromebooks for 2020 (CNET) How to install Microsoft Teams on Linux (TechRepublic) Linux on the desktop has had more than its fair share of troubles. Sure, the Linux desktop has long been a favorite of top-flight developers, system administrators, and loyal fans. But, when it comes to the mass audience, Linux has only about 1% of users. One major company, however, still believes in the Linux desktop: Microsoft. At Microsoft Build, its virtual developers’ conference, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 2.0 would soon support Linux GUIs and applications. Specifically, this will enable programmers to develop native and cross-platform programs with tools like GNOME Builder, KDevelop, and Emacs. Besides supporting Linux GUI programs, you’ll be able to run Linux and Windows GUI applications simultaneously on the same desktop screen. This has… Read full this story
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